Canon according to what? We have sources like X-Wing: Alliance, SW:Empire at War or the ROTJ, that imply a size between 2,500 - 3,200 meters for HomeOne and ~1,500 for ordinary MC80. Larger ships would make more sense considering all the things the MC-cruisers - and especially the HomeOne - are supposed to do: - hold their own against ISDs, - bring Executor's shields down with combined fire in a short amount of time, - have hangar-space for 120 fighters and now even hold an atrium, complete with lake and atrium. Not to forget, that HomeOne was supposed to be the largest ship in the rebel-fleet, a fleet that included 3 kilometer long Bulwark-class BCs and TradeFederation-BSs. And shame on you, Nick for forgetting about the MC90s, which are supposed to be the first "real" warships built by the MonCals and not converted luxury-liner or exploration vessels. I've recently done some (very) rough calculations on the size of Executor-, Assertor- and Viscount-classes: - Executor (using formula for a pyramid): 19,000 meters long * 6,300 meters wide * 2,100 meters high / 6 = 4,19e10 m^3 less 25% for the fantail = 3,14e10 m^3 - Assertor (using formula for a pyramid): 15,000 meters long * 7,800 meters long * 2,220 meters high / 6 = 4,33e10 m^3 less 25% for the fantail = 3,25e10 m^3 Imagine my surprise, when I realized, that Executor- and Assertor-class have almost the same volume. However, in a one on one fight Executor has a clear disadvantage, because of its huge hangar-space. The killer however is the Viscount-class: 17,000 meters long * 5,200 meters wide * 3,400 meters high, it would fill a box with a volume of 3e11 m^3. If we take only half of that for the ship itself, we would get a volume of 1,5e11 m^3, almost five times larger than an Executor or Assertor and more than 1,500 times larger than an ISD. I would greatly appreciate it, if somebody could confirm or improve my calculations, but I'm more than ever convinced, that the du......s writting the majority of official material have no clue about geometry or at least, that space has three dimensions. Which of course also puts the tactics they provide us with in a more than questionable light.