Howdy fellow skin beaters. New member here. I have been dreaming of having my own drum set since I was maybe 12 or 13. I never thought I would ever own one beings as how expensive they are. I'm a disabled Operation Iraqi Freedom veteran that suffers from severe depression and PTSD. I have only played a handful of times in my life and I guess you could say that I am a kind of idiot savant on the drums. My wife heard me playing once back in 2018 and was shocked that her husband could play. Not to say I'm on par with Danny Carey or even remotely any good. Anyway, I digress. She noticed that after playing, even for the short time I did play, that my mood and entire outlook on the world were very much improved. She kept encouraging me to get a kit somehow, but our funds are not great. Very much inadequate to even make it through many months. Anyway, to stop her nagging (lol) I started looking for any programs for veterans out there that might be able to help. I found a great organization based here in Texas called Soldiers Songs and Voices (https://www.soldiersongsandvoices.com/) that gives veterans with PTSD and other mental health issues guitars and other stringed instruments. I reached out anyway and the awesome guy that started the organization asked me to call him. He did his best to find me a kit but kept striking out. I reached out to a few Facebook groups and ended up with two kits and a bunch of nice cymbals. One kit is a 5 piece Tama set that a Marine sent to me which I have dubbed the Devil Dog set and the other kit is a 5 piece Premier Royale. After all that being said I am wondering if anyone can help me find out if the Premier is a junior kit because it looks smaller than the Tama. Any help is greatly appreciated.