Speaking of Diamond, I'm sure it's no contest in the lighting arena, but in terms of paint, DST seems at least a competent lower cost alternative for those without the horizontal shelf space. And much lighter in weight. Getting just the right display case or shelf to hold 30+ pounds of destructive potential should it come crashing down might be a chore in itself.
Funny you mention Haslab. I backed The Ghost but did not (as of yet anyway) buy this Enterprise. Not because I didn't think it was nice but more a combo of factors not the least being timing and limited payment options. Direct from Tomy you had to use their buy on Google system, no PayPal only CC and I couldn't get financing to be approved. Tried everything in the book including contacting Tomy directly when my payment was rejected. Just was not happening. This last Kickstarter opened up payment options more but I didn't care for how cagey they were being and not directly answering questions when it should have counted.
Fwiw, Ghost was $100 cheaper and comes with carded figures I can sell and probably make about half that back or more. So in my mind at least, it was the better deal initially. Same principle for the Cat's Lair. Not enough bonuses to offload and so damn big. I'm not so blind yet I require something the size of an ottoman to impress.
Probably due to the falling Aussie dollar, both this and Ghost went up for about $1,000 AUD.
But I didn’t end up preordering it, primarily because I didn’t have the space. As I knew this was incoming. And about a week ago it disappeared from my local Zing store, as I was planning on waiting until I finished watching all of Ahsoka. And yes I did watch all of Rebels. Even bought all the blu-rays too.