I missed #4 and was mighty impressed by this issue.One can't help noticing some panels have changed considerably between pencilling and the final product - would you say Smith redrew them, or would the Powers That Be have, say, prevailed upon inker S. Buscema to re-pencil them in a style approximating Smith?
Don't really know (and Frank G inked the insides, not Sal), but it looks like both-with Barry redraw'n some stuff (probably per Roy) and then Frank G butcher'n the whole thing, except, as I say, that wunnerful cover
Sal's inks were okay in that they weren't too distracting. In later issues I thought Dan Adkins did a great job. But some of my favorite Smith inks ( besides his own) came from Bill Everett on a Ka-Zar story in Astonishing Tales.He was a versatile and intelligent collaborator on whoever he inked. Kirby, Steranko, Colan...they all benefited from his sympathetic finishes. Imagine how Gil Kane's Spider-Man would've looked.
Oh, yeah! What a great thought