Presenting the Republic (And later Rebel Forces) TX-130 Saber Class Fighter Tank. The Fighter Tank is armed with Dual Heavy Laser Cannons, a Medium Laser Turret and Dual Thermal Detonator Missile Launchers. The wiki entry on the Fighter Tank gives it 16 to 20 missiles, however if you ever find yourself playing Star Wars Battlefront, you'll find that it has a 100 rocket capacity. For defense, the Saber Fighter Tank actually has shields to back up its heavy armor.
The Saber Fighter Tank seats three, and can opt to carry an Astromech Droid - but God knows where you put it - and can has the studs for at least six more troopers if you don't mind having two of them sitting up in front of the Laser Cannons.
When I first saw the Saber Fighter Tank, I didn't like it. A tank whose main weapon wasn't mounted on a rotating turret spat at everything that I knew about tank warfare. And what's with the "Fighter" term. Then I realized that if I wanted a big tough tank that just stood there and gave as good as it took, that the Republic had Walkers for that. This was something different.
A check at the Saber Fighter Tank's wiki confirmed that its primary assignment was Armored Cavalry. Actually driving one in Star Wars: Battlefront sold me. The Saber Fighter Tank is a hovertank. It's called a "Fighter" because it acts like one. It's fast - practically sliding over terrain as if it were glass. Drifting is easy for it which removes the need for a rotating turret as the whole vehicle can track targets; or it can simply blast its way through a line of troops, drifting to avoid larger targets or using its concussion missiles to destroy or clear everything in its path, or simply relying on its superior speed to slash in and out of the front lines.
So the only limitation that the Saber Fighter Tank would have would be city fighting where its speed would be severely hampered. Happily if you've seen the greatest battles between the Seperatists and the Republic, you'll recall that most of them happened in open ground. Else the Saber Fighter Tank falls back on its medium turret and its supporting troops.
It's no walker, but it's a nice piece for any collection.
The Saber Fighter Tank retails locally at around PhP 1,500.