It even has sound effects for tilting the Falcon. It makes flying sounds as you tilt it left and right. The nerf feature also has fire and arm sounds.
Another good feature is that the sides open up, allowing you to store the nerf darts. The back opens up, similar to older versions, revealing a small playset with medical bay and holographic table. I should point out that the spring loaded gunturret at the top has a nasty habit of popping up as soon as you open up the playset area. But you can just push it back into place. There's also a hidden smuggling compartment underneath the gun turret.
Both the Finn and Chewie figures have communication equipment. They are basically the same figures as you'd find carded, but with an extra piece of plastic added on top. That may make them different enough for fanatic collectors to want to have them. Besides, as far as I know Chewie has only been released as an armor-up figure. And everyone wants at least one Chewie figure in their collection. BB8 is the same one you get with the Takodana Encounter pack (same paint even).
The detailing on the vehicle is pretty good, but I know some collectors have modded their Falcon by painting extra dirt and grime on top. The console in the cockpit opens up to make inserting figures and applying decals a lot easier. So Hasbro clearly put some thought into this thing. There's a fair number of decals, but the vehicle doesn't rely too much on them fortunately.
My only real gripe is the nerf canon that pops out of the front, and the turret at the top that flips up and makes firing sounds. But the light and sound effects on that are really nice, even if its not movie accurate.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Hwf70lMRtTU
This video review gives a pretty fair impression of the thing.