"Seventy buckaroos for an all red Tie might seem a little steep, especially for a set that we've seen before for $40 & $55 a few years ago. So I waited until this was discounted to around $56 on Amazon to snag it.
The build is your typical Tie build: predictable, repetitive, but satisfying.
Holding the finish product immediately created the urge to "swoosh" the set around my apartment.
The colors can feel a little intense after a little while, but as a display set this fits perfectly along the current Sith Tie (75272).
Worth the wait for it to be discounted. I'd recommend the same."
"The previous Kylo Ren's shuttle was very disappointing. The key feature of the set was missing: angular wings.
This set addresses that immediately. The engineering used to get this mechanic to work is oddly satisfying. The only issue is that the wings are always at the mercy of gravity when angled outwards. I wish there was a built in function that prevents this such as the mechanism in the Tie Striker from 2016 (75154).
Other than that, the minifigures are superb, the build is satisfying, and the play-ability is bar-none.
4/5 because of annoying gravity problem with wings."
Good Looking Set, Just a Little Too Hard On Wallet
"This is one of the best Tie sets that Lego has come out with since 1999. The design is killer and we most likely won't see this set again for easily 6 years.
If you have FOMO (Fear-of-Missing-Out) like I do, then bite the bullet and get this set. After the build was complete, I didn't regret dropping almost $90 on this.
Is it too much? Yes. Should you get this anyways? Yes.
As far as play-ability, the set is satisfyingly compact and extremely stable/rigid when holding/swooshing. The designers did a stand-up job of balancing the set as well, although I feel this is more of a side effect than a feature.