The 1/72 Razor Crest is quite big with sizeable 13″ length. As mentioned (somewhere) on the Internet, both Revell and AMT were given the data of the model. In the end, Revell came out first in 2021 while AMT was in 2022.
REVELL vs AMT
By now, everyone would either have a Revell or an AMT or even both. So, yes, they would be making comparisons between the two. Just like when Bandai’s 1/72 Millenium Falcon was compared with the decades earlier Finemolds. For my own, I am just going to highlight the main differences.
IN A NUTSHELL
Crisp surface details
Has an interior
It was not designed for lighting so you’d need to get aftermarket or 3D printed parts from third party peeps.
Soft surface details
Has no interior but an upturned bulge to take in the rod
The model, especially the Engines, are designed for lighting
It has Grogu in the Cradle
Two version of decals, plus one for the cockpit floor.
LIGHTING THE FRONT
Lighting the model is quite straight forward since there are no flashing lights or any complicated sequences. All in all, there are actually 6 red lights. Two on each of the engines and two more in the front as, maybe, front lights. Then there are the two engines which is the highlight of the model. As I do not have a Revell, I cannot say much about the interior lighting though. But it definitely needs warm white lights.