Well, I'm glad you like it.
I think I forgot to include 2 technic pins for the side guns...also, if you finish the actual build, the legs may be just too close to each other for your liking. Anyway, I know you can come up with you own design, perhaps better than anyone else's.
Thank you for going through all this for me. I know there are other at-rt MOCs, I got one myself, but I like yours so much because it's big, not small and flimsy like most others. Again, this is a great MOC, and I thank you for the instructions.
By the way, if you want to clear something up regarding the build, feel free to ask. I also advice you to look at the different models of the AT-RT for inspiration...if you'll notice, mine is a combination of different models.
I made instructions in LDD which is available where the lone picture of the walker is. It would be the first time I loaded something in that file so I wouldn't know if it's gonna work.
There are also some modifications from the actual build since some of the parts I used are not available in LDD. I also intentionally used different colors for the bricks to make it easier to recognize which part goes where, if you do build it.
There are parts laid about the walker since for some reason I couldn't get them to go where they should, but you could look at the actual pic of the model as to where to put what.
Lastly, you don't have to give another rating to your succeeding comments here. You are not obligated to do so...I do appreciate what you have already given.
I hope this helps. PLAY WELL!