This isn't a bad model but I dislike it for a variety of reasons as a Morat TAG. Things I like about the new Morat sculpts, and that I think are pretty standout about their aesthetic: If they have helmets they have two horns. Nearly every Morat that I know of with a helmet on incorporates two horns into their look. This is true for Rodoks, Suryats, Sogarats, Yaogats, and the Rasyats. The old Raicho had little tiny horns on it too because it's face was meant to be almost pilot sized but this is basically true for the whole range. This horned look isn't natural to the Morats, they're weird demon monkeys. This look is tradition incorporated into their sci-fi aesthetic judging from their tradition of hunting beasts mentioned in the fluff, because they don't naturally have horns, and also because of how the Oznot hunter looks. She's wearing a skull of a hungary or whatever. We basically can guess from this information that the two horn look comes from a traditionally hunted beast. The skull on the Raicho also has two horns on it. In the concept art I'm sure that they wanted to have the skull closer to the face of the Raicho, which is why it appeared on the back ammo rack above her face. I would guess that they were trying to stay true to this theme of skull faces, but somewhere along the way they decided that the sculpt looked better with the skull on the shoulder (they're probably right about this). I think at the very least they should have given her head two big horns. But what would have really elevated this new Raicho look would have been putting that skull directly on the Raicho's face. It would really sell the internal consistency of the Morat look and be badass at the same time. Morats also have thick bulky limbs and muscles. This Raicho is oddly slim around the pelvis area. Morats typically have bipedal huminoid feet and give no indication of great technical prowess or desire to create weapons that don't look immediately intuitive, and the manned tag has weird reverse joint hooves. I also don't understand why the Tag has armour that reflects a relatively lighter (sculpted around the same) AD troops, rather than the big expensive designs that Suryats and Sogarats would represent and would be the logical expansion of Morat designs. I think it's a cool sculpt, and it says EI or Mercenary tag to me. But definitely not immediately Morat.