Turned out quite wonderful, especially for my first "big" project. Had to do a very small amount of sanding on the ball joints (each leg took me about 5ish minutes to do with 8 ball joints and 120 grit paper but could probably much faster with a lower grit). Chose not to polish sand exterior as I'm quite fond of how it looked right out of the curing chamber.
As a side note to anyone printing in resin who might find this among the hundreds, print a few extras to test your sanding. None at all and they will be pretty rigid and have a chance to snap, sand a lot and they will not hold their shape at all. Also you might want to print an extra head while you're doing the first if you are on a dlp/lcd (since it won't add any time to the print) if you aren't confident in not breaking it and then if it doesn't break you have one to gift or whatever. I had to redo mine after one of the sockets warped in print and broke.
Using the Photon S, sliced with chitubox 1.5, supports done with default auto heavy, orientation same as when downloaded.