For this release Hasbro changed the Force Link 2.0 voice samples, you can listen to them here on this page
The voice samples feel gobbled together, the first set of phrases for the "calm mode" appear to be spoken by a different actress than the ones for the "action mode"
The A-Wing Fighter didn't work with our Force Link 2.0 wrist band, it said "update required", which is a shame considering that our Force Link 2.0 wrist band is fully updated and this vehicle has been on the market for over a year
The figure is a re-paint of the Tallie figure, you can look at both figures side-by-side with our comparison tool: A-Wing Pilot Comparison
The Resistance Pilot came with a blaster which fits well into both hands
The pilot outfit doesn't have a holster, but the back of the A-Wing cockpit has a small storage area for it
The helmet, the flight vest and the chest box are not removable
The figure was painted very nicely and the sculpt includes details such as the microphone on the helmet, wrinkles in the clothing, straps around the legs and buckles on the back of the vest
The A-Wing fighter is an all new vehicle and it was repainted for this release in red and grey colors with some weathering on it
The A-Wing fighter cockpit has plenty of room for the figure to sit in
The Red Squadron Resistance Pilot has no balancing issues
A longtime reliable starfighter model used by the Resistance that dates back to the struggle between Empire and Rebellion, the A-Wing is a nimble, wedge-shaped fighter propelled to incredible speeds by large twin engines.