Pink or red doesn’t really matter. They’re engines, the colors don’t mean anything.
The Death Star graphics though is something I’m worried about. It was a simple mistake in the original. Rogue One using the same graphics was their way of fixing the mistake - same as adywan in ANHR - by making it seem like it was intentional. But it still makes little sense, and requires a bullshit explanation outside of the film to explain why it’s that way (the hard drive has every version of the plans I guess?). Even with that silly explanation, it doesn’t make any sense at all for the Rebels to be using and showing out of date plans when they’re planning their attack. I think you can still keep continuity with RO and still fix the plans (in RO we see early versions of the plans and in ANH we see the current plans). To use the old graphics for the briefing scene is a huge misstep, I think.
I concur with this assessment. For continuity with the excellent work he has done with Revisited in bridging the gap between the prequel graphics and the OT - I would hope he keeps the graphics he used for ANH-R, and perhaps change them in R1 to match. I mean if you look at the marketing posters for R1, the schematics for the Death Star are almost a dead ringer for the DS graphics Ady used in the Briefing Room scene.
Unless the dot matrix equator dish schematic serves as a kind of animated gif tag that identifies the Stardust file. R1 did not showcase any other graphics, not the wireframe trench or anything else. Maybe that equator dish graphic can serve as an identifier of the file, like an icon rather than the schematics themselves.
It’s also a bit late to consider now, but Bandai is releasing a stunning accurate ESB Scout Walker model kit for the 40th anniversary along with the most detailed AT-AT I have seen sold at retail. The AT-AT will even feature moveable legs, joints and guns, both side and chin guns. Someone postulated that it was engineered for doing go-motion/stop motion movies at home on an iPhone.
These models look badass awesome fined.