Above are a couple of views I took of the WTJ Russian Cruiser Bayan. It measures a bit over 56mm in length in its 1/2400 format (please note that all of their rapid prototype plastics are also available in 1/3000, 1/1800 and 1/1500 scales as well as in 1/2400).
The models are hollow with some bracing so are very light weight. This, however, does muddy their surface appearance since you are also looking inside. Nevertheless there seems to be excellent detail . . . as can be seen with the 53mm-long British Majestic-class pre-Dread battleship below. (As always you can see a much larger image if you open the photos in a separate window.)
The Japanese Cruiser Asama (approximately 55mm in length) can be seen below:
Finally here are a pair of Destroyers. The DD#3s are about 24mm in length; while the DD#5s measure 28mm (the detail is certainly superior to my Panzerschiffes . . . and the DDs are a tad cheaper as well):
My next post will show some comparison photos between WTJ and Panzerschiffe versions of the same vessel.