"This Tie fighter might not be as iconic in the Solo movie, especially considering you see tie fighters for less then 5 seconds in the movie, but it is well built and has many pros to it. Definitely a step up from the first order tie fighter, which was flimsy and bad for playing, but this one was much sturdier and crafted for play. My siblings are never afraid of braking it and always rush to use it. Worth the money! Minifigs are fantastic as well!"
"This set was fantastic, the build itself was very well crafted and put together, and the minifigures were great.
My problem for this set however, is that this vehicle was never seen in The Last Jedi or any other Star Wars movies. I get that it isn't necessarily Lego's fault that this was the case, but better communication is needed! Because if there were more of these, it would have sold.
This set continues to sit on the shelves of my local Walmart because no one wants it. It wasn't shown in the movies and there are no stand out minifigures like Rey, Poe Dameron or Finn to make it stand out."
"I really don't understand why they made this set. My cousins, siblings and I love Star Wars Legos and grew up playing with them all the time. I continue to purchase new sets, but I have been very hesitant now, and this porg set is almost a perfect example. I love buying these Star Wars sets for the awesome minifigures and builds that I would use to play with my family. This set provides nothing that I want; because of it I gave it right back to the store for a refund. Star Wars Legos have gone downhill drastically, because the prices are soaring, and the builds are becoming increasingly mediocre. The sets like the First Order At-St with BB-8 controlling it, the Porg and Tatooine Battle Pack are the reason why I'm taking a break from Lego and resulting to searching Ebay for retired sets. Clean up your act Lego, If I wanted to play with a life size porg I would buy a stuffed animal for easy and safe play, not a sharp and jagged build specifically meant for display."