Does Hasbro even bother to watch the movies anymore when designing this stuff?
According to Hasbro, it's not their fault - it was LFL that picked the droid's coloring. From a recent Q&A session:
Hasbro: We took our direction from Lucasfilm on which droid to include. There does appear to be conflicting reference, but we have to defer to the official source on this one.
Well that may technically be true, that doesn't fully exonerate them. I believe that what happened was, Hasbro went to Lucasfilm and said they wanted to make Wedge's ship, so Lucasfilm pulled out photos of the filming model, gave them to Hasbro, who then based the droid off the one in the ship. This makes it kind of acccurate, in that the model droid *was* used in filming, though 1. you can't actually really see it in the movie, and 2. the models are all mixed up on screen as to who is flying what, so you see the Red 2 X-Wing flying down the trench during Red Leader's run.
What they *could* have done, is first, after deciding to make Wedge's droid, googled it and found stills from the movie showing it, and also visited sites like astromech.net, or even the one I made, and saw what dome was *actually* used in Wedge's cockpit cloe-ups, and then sent that info in to Lucasfilm for approval, which I'm sure they would have gotten, if they weren't so lazy that they just looked at the pics of the model, and then went from there.