What I like, with this group, is they've already set the precedent that they CAN put something out, and they're doing it in a level of quality that transcends resin casting, or 3D Prints... They're doing actual production injection molded plastic, and using a plastic that is higher-quality and more what you'd see with a lego brick. It's a message that quality is important.
That's not to say resin work isn't ok, it has its place, but few people realize working with resin can be kind of hazardous. Plastics in general can be, but resin in particular... When working with it, in production, people should wear a lot of protective gear, do it in well ventilated and exhausted environments, etc. And then the final product, there's the issue of working with it for the consumer. Sanding it, it gives off very fine particles, and it's recommended you wear a respirator mask while you do so. A lot of people who fiddle with resin as a hobby aren't aware of the danger it poses, actually.
But these walls from Galactic Trading Post, the piece is just injection molded, painted, and shipped out in a very professional packaging as well. It's a generally interesting thing, and I just stumbled on it on social media a short time back and wanted to get in touch with them and talk about the product before I posted anything about it. It's really interesting.
And given Hasbro's obvious lack of interest in this as a product they want to develop, but collector interest being what it is, I figured it'd just make sense to say here, what you want is essentially being made.
I was surprised most by their interest in other scales... When I stumbled on it, I assumed 6" was it, and no hope for them jumping scales... Quite the contrary, they are looking at 3.75" of course, but then that they were also developing 1/6 sets of some kind, wow... That blew me away.
I'm going to pick an expansion set up... It's not a lot of money, and I want to see how these pair up with 3.75" figures as I think there's some hope there. They're 3" wide, so two on their sides stacked on each other, I think you have a fairly long wall with some nice details, nice coloring, and a little scene all its own, even if it's not made for that scale of figure. A vent is a vent is a vent, so I think it'll look alright.
For the curious, since I don't have a review to post at this point, The Fwoosh got a review sample and I like his reviews in general... He's not overly opinionated or brash, just gives you facts, and what he likes about something, or doesn't like as the case may be, and I enjoyed his review on these. They're sharp as hell.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ruCDWUuZ4ro