Nice to see this one finished Mark,
Just a couple of constructive points though. I am saying this as it will transform the model just that one level up...
1). Preshade - Looks good on some models , but maybe a black undercoat is a little too harsh on the MSG. Next time, try to post shade, by adding a few black or white drops to the base colour - this will give a more natural look. To be honest, if you look at reference photos of the real one, the aircraft is a more solid colour than worn, if that makes sense?
2). The canopy on a real Tornado would never stay in that position - Probably best to set it to full - It will also show off the job you have done in the cockpit. See the photo below
3). Rims are usually light grey on a Tornado. Gunze H311 is great for this!
4). I know you had issues with the Paragon Flaps set and you did well to recover it; some of them are not set straight - can they be popped off and reset? I did notice one of the wing tanks and u/c doors seemed to be on the slant too - can these be reset?
5). On looking on your site some of the decals do not appear to be on straight - a little patience and time taken would have made this look good
6). Still not sure on the tail colour - anyway!
7). Nav lights on the intakes - these are clear on the real jet with green and red filaments, not a solid colour; the wing lights are solid, however!
Please do not take these as criticism, we only learn from experience and believe me through my years of modelling I have had loads of clangers; it is the only way we essentially learn. Well done on completing the kit though, mixed media and vinyl masks are a huge learning curve for anyone.