Seing that you are planning on showing her as a breeding gilt and not a market hog, my comments will be based on a Breeding gilt emphasis.
Darin points out that the photos make if difficult to really evaluate her and I agree. The 1st shot of her has her head down and she is twisting. So it's not a good shot to really discuss. The rear views are really where my comments will come from. She's not the heaviest structured gilt and as Darin said, she looks to get a little narrow at the ground. She has plenty of muscle but by looking at the photos, I would start to question her structure. He toe size is pretty small and she looks to be a little tight in her hip. I see some swelling in her hock joints which would lead me to think that she might have a little dificulty striding free and easy from behind.
Again, these comments come from some pretty suspect photos, so hopefully I'm wrong.
Good luck with her, and make shure not to put any Paylean in her, I don't think she can handle it.