I haven't seen yet any resin close to the quality of the recent GW plastic kits, but I'll hope you'll prove me wrong when I'll receive my UD pledge ;D
By quality I mean: details, sharpness (really thin blades, sharp edges, wings/hands that doesn't look too coarse/thick), assemble and adjustment (pieces fit perfectly, no need to green stuff too much to fill the gaps), solidity (no much breaking when models fall or get hit compared to some resins), no flash, no bubble, barely some mold lines but easy to clean with a knife, and all the cool things of plastic (conversions, easy to glue, light).
Just because I'm on the Legal Team doesn't mean I know anything about rules or background in development, and if/when I do, I won't be posting about it. All opinions and speculation are my own - treat them as such.
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