Jason, those look really nice! Did you freehand the weathering or use templates on the V2? I also had the same conflict about further weathering on the V2 but ended up keeping mine to just chipped paint… couldn’t bring myself to take a hammer to it, lol.
The Obi-wan’s weathering is great as well – just enough grime without going too far! (BTW I think your transistors are on the wrong side ;))
There’s also another category of Star Wars collectors who go for replicas of the actual movie props, rather than the recent spate of crazy light up crystal chamber versions… and in the case of those collectors, “hero and stunt” has a different (and less clear) meaning.
For example, even though “static,” the Luke prop pictured above could be considered a “hero” for ROTJ since it’s the prop that Luke has throughout many of the scenes in the movie, and gets some close-ups. But there was another version that also gets the most prominent close-up shot in the movie, and is more traditionally called Luke’s “hero” ROTJ lightsaber. That prop was further modified to become the version with the red/green triangular LEDs on the side for the deleted lightsaber construction scene, and what is typically seen in promotional material, exhibits, toys, etc.
To further complicate things, the Luke lightsaber pictured above started out as one of Obi-wan’s practical motorized blade dueling/stunt lightsabers in A New Hope! So the hero/stunt terms are pretty vague when it comes to some OT Star Wars props You have to go on a case-by-case basis, kind of like how on Voyager, the “hero” boomerang phasers were static resin pieces without lights.
It’s a bit more clear cut with the prequels, though - all metal nicely finished things were “hero” closeup items, and then there were resin versions around metal cores for stunt and fight use. And then more vague again for the new movie once they introduced actual LED lit dueling props.