The price will depend largely on how close they stick to the original HiSS I's basic configuration--single driver, single turret, troop platform on the back--or add some of the gimmicks and features from later models--twin cockpit, interior troop compartment, elevating turret and or canopy, etc. Either way, based on their Skystriker, I'd expect a lot of modular/customizing options. Stretch goals could include alternate turrets, clip on weapons and cargo racks, a new gunner figure, a service team with tools, or any number of other options. After the Skystriker I'm confident this team will come up with some stretch goals that will make sense and enhance the experience of the toy. You could tell see love that went into designing that Skystriker, and I'd expect the HISS to be no different. The cost is going to be the biggest factor in its success... although some concrete updates on the status of their previous project would help too to build confidence.