The first overall description to be written of the Tiger is a 1943 report from the British Army. But their report contains some errors, one of them substantial.
All of the ammunition rounds in the Tiger's sponsons were facing forward, except for those in the rear right-hand bin. But this British diagram of amminition storage doesn't match the tank. It shows the rear left-hand bin (marked X) pointing its contents backwards, which is wrong. All of the surviving Tigers and all available wartime photos agree on this.
The rear left-hand bin had its rounds pointing forwards. This is an extract from a photo of Tiger "131", at the beginning of its 1990s restoration, and we can see that ammunition bin. The forward ends of the rounds align to the solid panel and the supports that are close together (arrowed).
Despite the flood of new information about the Tiger's internals, Rye Field made the same mistake as the draftsman in 1943. They put this ammunition facing the wrong way.
To correct this, you would not only have to reverse the ammunition rounds inside the bin. You would also have to modify the bin's outer wall. As this photo shows, the solid panel (arrowed) is at the rear of Rye Field's wall, whereas it should be at the front. Compare this to the photo of the real Tiger.