Likeness to film 9/10 looks like the real deal but get's 9 because of only 2 cannons per side.
Build #5/10 and *10/10 let me explain.
#The 5 is in regards to the triangle underside you make with a crap load of bley and dark plates. It is very weak and breaks at the slightest push. You can fix it, like I did by reinforcing the underside with other plates or in my case I used long technic white and grey "sticks" so they matched wth the rest of it.
*The 10 is for the actual body and bridge superstructure. Granted the bridge doesn't quite have the right look but it is far better than the underside as stated above. Pure genius on lego's part for using technic to create the internal triangle frame of which everything connects to. Plus once it is all put together it looks great.
Price per parts. 10/10. Even though it was $180 AUD it has as you all know alot of parts and the minifigs which including a tarkin fig that is not available in other sets.
Swoosh factor -1 to 0/10 as the thing is just way too big to do that. It is best used as a playset or display. If you reinforce the underside at the correct points then 8/10.
Here it is.....
Without the bridge on......
A look inside at the back section, I wonder who we will see?
Now the front inside
Reinforced underside shots
Under the nose
Between the hanger and rear section
At the rear
Looking down at the escape pod and hanger bay
The escape pod opened up
Edited by Star_Wars_Rules, 28 August 2009 - 09:26 AM.