First photo shows MTH Railking New York Central caboose #19654. Since I bought it in 1998, it has been the only NYC wood-sided caboose that I have which I run behind steam era NYC freight trains, so it has a lot of run time. In June 2022, MTH announced new Premier models of wood-sided cabooses, and I ordered a New York Central version in addition to those of two other railroads. The new models arrived during August 2023 and I have been running NYC #19877 since then.
As you may have seen in my previous posts, I've got the #17965 RK die-cast version of your #19654 shown above. She's nicely detailed with separately-applied grab-bars and handrails, but she came with the same roller-bearing trucks and clear yellow marker lamps your 19654 has. I was able to swap out the roller bearing trucks with a pair of MTH arch bar trucks I was lucky to find on one of the four RK die-cast woodside reefers I purchased along with the caboose. Therefore, I really appreciate the details of your new Premier version, especially the marker lamps and period-and-purpose-correct trucks. I'm baffled by MTH's decision to put roller-bearing trucks on nearly all of their earlier RK woodside rolling stock offerings when they had die-cast arch bar trucks available. Now, I wish I could find a source for the MTH arch bar trucks to retrofit my four woodside reefers.