Multiple scales going on there if the hexes matter to you. (That maintenance hangar would only be a skewed 1 hex wide and ~1.5 inches tall using the Geo-Hex as a measure.) Otherwise, great.

Multiple scales is almost a necessity to 3D game with hexes.

At the modern 1/265 scale of Battletech Mech minis a hex would

be more then 4.5 inches across!

That would kind of limit your gaming area.

The Mech hanger is pretty big.

Just over 7 inches wide, 2 inches deep, and 3 inches high.

Each individual bay is around 1.5 inches wide. I had to stretch

it a little to fit the new wider minis.

The command building that's connected behind it is around

5.5 inches wide, 1.5 inches deep, and 3 inches tall.

If your trying to use hexes the bigger your building the more it has to be

skewed a little to come close.

They key is for all players to understand that the terrain is "representative"

of what you see but not exact. If anyone has any questions

during a game they should ask before finalizing a move.

We usually round fractions as 3 dots go up everything else goes down.

If you look at the hexes you'll understand what that means.

The hexes actually line up perfectly. They look off because some of them

weren't lined up and some look more off from the angle of the photos.