I'm a firm believer in complaining about anything you want change in MetalJedi... Seriously, don't doubt the persuasive power of repetitive citing of flaws. Hasbro surprises you once in a while, and scale vehicles are in their grasp, I'm certain of that...
Now me personally, I don't think the Sith Infiltrator was really "possible" to-scale... Larger than this, it most certainly is. I think $30 to $40 pricepoint was doable for this ship. A problem with the SI though is it's repaintability... It's less than a fighter I think. It's a tougher sell to slap a new deco on this and try to EU-it to collectors... Jedi Fighters, that is easy. And really Hasbro could do it with any Rebel Fighter too... Just look at the Titanium 3" ships if you want to see the various routes they COULD go... Green Squad A-Wings are another fine example.
The Infiltrator... Not so much.
So to me I didn't expect a larger vehicle, I wouldn't "accept" something underscale even if it's 80% to the actual scale it should be, and Hasbro just wouldn't have an easy time repainting this to max out their investment. So I understand why they did what they did... to an extent at least. I personally would've aimed for $30 and had it rest as a centerpiece to this year's vehicle line-up, but that's me and my business model, not theirs. And it'd still be incredibly underscaled.
Hasbro's completely capable of making things to actual scale though. Of that I have zero doubt. I just think some vehicles are out of that grasp and the Infiltrator falls into that category (though not by much... An AT-AT, or Sandcrawler, are way out of the running, the Infiltrator is just out of it by a margin).
In my ideal Star Wars Collecting World, Hasbro would make all vehicles to-scale and would skip anything that was prohibitively large like this. I'd rather do without the SI honestly, and see the money put into something else that's done right... An X-Wing would be my ideal first choice in a premium ship/vehicle line... Then the Y-Wing. Then the AT-ST... B-Wing... Cloud Car... Slave-1... N1 Starfighter (needs work, but it's scale is already decent)... Snowspeeder... etc. And repaints of them mixed in for exclusives and such. Different fighter squadrons, Slave 1 with Dancing Twi-Lek Girl "nose art", other EU paint schemes, etc.
But that's just me. I'd rather not have any Sith Infiltrator than have one like they are doing, but I'm thinking of it from the perspective of where the money for it could have gone and been better spent elsewhere. Or at least as I perceive it to be "better spent". Some people love the SI regardless and obviously the money was spent right where they think it should've been.
Now the V-Wing... I'm in for a number of those as I'm 90% sure it's to-scale. This year's been saved for me.