Just found one tonight-- it's really impressive. The wings are the same old. The body is totally redone-- you'll notice the screw holes are gone. While the center pod looks similar to the old one, even the ejector buttons have been retooled. It's basically a whole new middle, and extremely impressive with all the detail you could hope for in a TIE Interceptor interior. The ejector seat has painted red light elements on it and a clip "seat belt," so it's really cool. It's a crying shame they stopped short of making it a legitimate toy, with the ability to, you know, eject. At $50 it's obviously meant to be a toy collectible, which makes me wonder why they don't just go the extra mile and drop the ejecting wings too.
...it is worth noting that this is simply the most gorgeous TIE Interceptor toy I've ever had the pleasure of owning, and I own many.
Neat, but the $50 price tag feels like we're paying an aftermarket price for a brand-new toy. ROTJ vintage ones are as little as $40 with a box. POTJ ones are around the same and can be had as low as $30. The TAC "Elite" model is $30-$35. $50 for the new one is a sign that we're absolutely able to expect the price to drop unless Hasbro dropped the run size on these significantly. If all you want is a 3 3/4-inch TIE Interceptor, the collector market shockingly has cheaper options to offer. Assuming you can deal with the stigma of a slightly older toy.