This was a fun - and occasionally frustrating, due to my own lack of knowledge - print. I need to get more suitable cord for stringing but I need to actually go into a store and do it as the two kinds I bought (both 3mm) were either too wimpy or too strong. So as a result she doesn't have quite the range of motion in her legs that she should, and the less said about trying to shove that dense of an elastic cord twice through the knee joint the better.
I'd also like to re-print the back part of the head, as with it being face down the finish ended up being really rough. And the filament I chose completely loses its sheen when sanded. We'll see if my daughter decides to paint it after or keep it as is.
Also noticing I left on the support pieces below the brassiere. Whoops.
Lots of fun printing and putting it together, though. Was surprised at the height of the finished doll.
As noted in the comments the infill needed to be moved over to keep the internal parts of the hand from being printed on empty space and creating a huge hassle.
Rafts are pretty much required for most of the limb pieces, and I also found the knees were an absolute mess if printed without supports to help them adhere.