Structural update and some design notes.
The negative space right forward of the engine block in the original studio model looked like it had something large pulled out of that section. Since the available power/acceleration numbers of the Nebulon-B in Rebel service seems to be pretty miserable, and we are operating under the assumption that the original Imperial version is more a proper escort and substantially less gimped than a 1200g fighter garage, I figured that the original had a much more impressive reactor system there but this was stripped by the Rebels and re-purposed into more important ships/roles. That left just whatever secondaries the original design had and retrofitted extra power generation, and that explains the anemic performance of the resulting stripped-down ship, and explains why so much else had to stripped out to maintain some semblance of performance. The current layout corresponds to a primary generation of ~5e21W plus whatever internal secondaries it might have, pushing to maybe 7e21? That would work out to ~1/8th Vigil power, but this ship is primarily a light-turbolaser armed escort and carrier, rather than an MTL platform, so I think that works out about right.
Also, I replaced the fins on the original studio design with a mixed sensor panel/radiator setup, which would be suitable to deal with the extra power, and also more appropriately powerful an electronics fit for a purpose-designed warship.