A couple of weeks ago I finally built the 1/850 scale prepainted and pre-lit starship Enterprise by Bandai that I bought about four years ago, and I can't say enough good things about it. Although it is snap-together, it is an amazingly accurate model of the movie Enterprise, and the lighting is spectacular. I couldn't find any of the various photos of the model from the box art (which are of the model itself), but the box art on the left should give you an idea of what it looks like. Since the first movie came out in December of 1979 I have wanted a shelf-sized lit Enterprise (and I still plan of finishing the monster-size 1/350 kit at some point) and this is exactly the thing. The fit was excellent with the exception of the secondary hull, where something (probably a wire) kept the hull sides and bottom from fitting together tightly, so the seams are evident from a couple of feet away - and are open enough to allow some light leakage. If properly fitted there would be no light leaks and the seams themselves wouldn't be visible until you got closer than a foot in normal light. In low lighting, so as to see the lights you dson't see a properly fitted seam at all, and when the lights are on it's the last thing you're looking at. This really is an extraordinary piece of model engineering. It has a base that contains the batteries and light switch, and which provides a solid mount for the model.
Here are some pictures of the model on the shelf above the Star Trek books in the study (where's it's away from little hands and isn't part of the door into the workshop). I have an even smaller TOS die-cast Enterprise by Corgi on the shelf below, so this completes my (current) Enterprise collection.