The Hawk is a classic in the nice to look at stakes.
At Warton I spent more than a few minutes in one of the hangars where a Hawk was parked more or less under the wing of a Tornado, it was a very visually interesting sight. Huge brutal and boxy vs rather sleek and elegant, the contrast was marked. Would have made a great photo, but for obvious reasons that would have been a major no-no.
The T-45 Goshawk, derived from the Hawk and with significant elements of the airframe made in Britain, is none too shabby either:
I am not sure if the improved lift devices can be seen compared to the original Hawk T1, but the wings needed modifying, the fuselage and landing gear needed strengthening, a more powerful version of the Rolls Royce Adour engine was needed, and a more responsive throttle control had to be developed.