They are about the length of a soda can, mouse or smartphone. The cost is pretty high for something at that scale though, somewhere between $30-60 each. >.< Here are the dimensions of the largest ship: inches: 4.812 w x 1.458 d x 3.48 h cm: 12.222 w x 3.704 d x 8.84 h
They are very durable (one of them survived a fall off a desk in one piece, followed by a couple of DVD cases landing ontop of it), and the detailing is very accurate to the original CG models.
I'm the owner of a new concept development, design, and implementation firm called ERRANT Studios.
We're planning on making 3D figures of concept work and sending them out to indie and 2nd tier movie studios as a mailer. It's going to be an expensive undertaking, but hopefully one that will bring us some bigger clients.
It was the cheapest, too. @_@ About 28$... The wings were bent/curved, so I heated them up with a lighter and sandwiched the wings between two heavy books. The wings are still slightly curved, but at least they are symmetrical again.