From the Wookieepidia Entry:
A Bes'uliik was originally designed for a crew of three, or two with an increased weapons/fuel layout although the earliest production prototypes were flown by single pilots. The fighter was designed to be versatile, capable of being everything from a planetary-attack bomber to a long-range "hunter-killer".
The spaceframe measured fifteen meters long, with a wingspan of a little over half its length. The hull was a plain, clean-lined vee-shape with a squared-off tail, with a dark gray finish and high-tech baffled exhausts to enhance its stealth capabilities. The four blasters and two additional weapons mountings were all located on the underside of the fuselage.
The cockpit hatch hinged at the top for entry and the bottom edges for ejection, but there were also side hatches, and on the prototype, these bore the mythosaur logo stenciled in a lighter gray color. Inside, the cockpit made use of advanced display technology, and control systems that could be activated simply by where the pilot was looking.
The fighter was also able to tilt vertically on its tail section, to land and take off in a tiny area, approximately eight-by-four square meters.
Late in the design process, the design was modified to add a protective layer of beskar armor, the legendary Mandalorian iron. The designers considered applying this as either as an outer skin or part of a laminated composite spaceframe. The initial prototype was completed with an ultra-thin beskar outer skin, but there was also some discussion of a heavier layer of solid hull armor. Although this would render the fighter heavier, there were also hopes that a new alliance with the Verpine engineers of the Roche Asteroid Belt would extend to a technology exchange, enabling the designers to lighten the underlying spaceframe structure to compensate, or to improve fuel economy
This is what I see when I imagine it... just.. looks wicked-bad-ass.
Original parts by Mike Brown!