This is my upgraded Slave 1. All the upgrades I added to it (except for the beam cannons) are incredibly accurate to the Star Wars Indredible Cross-Sections book for Attack of the Clones' Slave 1.
About this creation
The new blaster cannons and missile launchers. Underneath the blaster cannons is the missile launcher, which is covered by a yellow piece. And, as I said before, according to the Star Wars Incredible Cross-Sections Attack of the Clones book (the book that 'sees through' the vehicles seen in the movies), the upgrades I added to this ship are remarkably accurate, if I don't say so myself.
In the movie, these blue light pieces here are supposed to be blaster cannons. But why put another pair of blaster cannons on the ship when you've already got 2 that spin at 360 degrees (the blaster cannons and missile launchers seen in the photo above)? Well, when Boba grew up, he must have thought the same thing, so he replaced those blaster cannons with ion cannons, which I have done here.
Okay, so everything is accurate except for this: beam cannons. In the original Jango's Slave 1 set, there are little missile pods (or are they supposed to be the blaster cannons I mentioned in the last picture?) that are concealed inside the ship, but I replaced those missile pods with beam cannons instead. This was the only thing that I added that was not in the actual Slave 1.
Finally, in the original set, there was a power engine thing inside the front part of the ship as well as 2 missiles. I took all those out and made that area of the ship a prisoner hold, and that is also accurate to the Cross-Sections book. Jango (and Boba, of course) kept prisoners in that area of the Slave 1.