I know these kits tend to get a bad rap in terms of accuracy and the fact that they are part toy with the sound and light feature. But I do love me some A-wings so I picked it up with the intent of doing some minor work on it to see if i could make it look better.
Out of the Box it doesn't look half bad, granted the details are basic but it would be acceptable for a kid to pop this together and have a fun toy to play around with
the one major let down with this kit is that the blasters are hallowed out which I hate and don't really see a reason why. you could fill them if you wanted to, but unless you are doing a full repaint from scratch it probably more trouble then its worth. hopefully we get a Bandai kit of this model of the A-wing down the line.
Giving it a basic pin wash does bring out some more detail and makes it look a lot better, though I don't know if its the plastic or some kind of coating Revell put on the kit after painting it but even after washing the parts the Mig panel line wash seemed to not take to the plastic as well as it should so multiple applications are needed, however this might be mitigated if you spray an additional acrylic sealing coat on the kit before adding the wash
Last bit that i have done so far is do a basic paint of the cockpit so its not just a flat grey slab, not my best as it was a quick job and its hard to get the brush into all the small spaces but still I think it adds a lot