Tiger “933” was built early in the “Early” period. You can see that immediately, because it has open episcope holes for the driver.
So the best base kits would be Dragon’s #6950 or Rye Field’s #5003. You have the latter, it seems. The Academy kit #1348 is of a lower quality, indeed I don’t expect its parts to be interchangeable with the other two manufacturers. In any case it’s a later version Tiger.
So, your interior should come from #5003. When you compare it to Academy’s interior you may be shocked at how much better it is.
Tiger #933 had spare tracks on its front hull. In this case they were held by a single metal pole, of round cross-section, welded underneath the overhanging tow points. I don’t know if any of these kits have that exact pole, but it’s easy to make.
Tiger #933 had open visor holes for the driver, as mentioned. Its hull MG had the adjacent hinged bolts for the waterproof cover. Academy’s kit does a particularly bad rendition of these.
Tiger #933 had “standard” equal-length side skirts, which the two mentioned kits do provide.
Tiger #933 had full S-mine gear and the crew typically had all five launchers installed.
Tiger #933 was built with turret smoke launchers but the system was cut off prior to Kursk. So there would be a trace of a weld line on the turret sides, and two small tabs of metal on the turret roof.
Tiger #933 had a HL210 engine. Both of your interior kits do address that type.
Tiger #933 had welded frames on the hull wall where the rear mudflaps attach. Again, your chosen kits do have this.
Tiger #933 had “mirrored” rear grilles on the engine deck - the left and right were mirror images of each other. I don’t recall which kits have this, you should check.
Tiger #933 did not have “legs” on the sides of the engine hatch. If a kit has these, it’s easy enough to cut them off.
Tiger #933 had the “rounded” hub on its sprocket wheels. This is the type on Bovington’s “131” and your kits probably all provide it.
Tiger #933 had no periscope on the turret roof.
Tiger #933 had no track holders on the turret sides.
Tiger #933 had the first kind of Feifel filters (separate drums). Photos show it with the complete system installed.
Tiger #933 had the original kind of engine deck, with the engine hatch latch near the center, and no small “triangle” panel at the back.
Now, we run into trouble. Tiger #933 had the “wide” turret bin, with a single metal support strip on each side as well as top and bottom supports.See the photo. This kind of bin is not provided in any of the kits on your list. Dragon’s #6950 has it, and you can get it from aftermarket too. Tamiya and Rye Field have an almost identical bin in their “Africa” kits, but they made their parts too narrow, so much so that you would notice it.
Anyway, the positioning of this “wide” bin in Totenkopf Tigers is explained on my page about the “wide” Tiger turret bin.
The rear end of the track cable on the side of Tiger #933 was not splayed out as you see in most Early Tigers. The clips were positioned such that the cable ends were close together and high up. See this photo. There are other Tigers from this time with similar layouts, with small variations.
Tiger #933 didn’t have a starter handle stored at the bottom of the rear wall. It’s easy enough to omit it from a kit and fill the holes.
Tiger #933 had the old-type gun cleaning rod that breaks into five parts, not six. That means the holders on the hull roof are farther apart than usual (I make it 105cm) and the left side holders are shorter, holding only two pieces of rod.
Tiger #933 had standard exhausts and exhaust shields, fully installed.
Tiger #933 had the rectangular plate stored on the roof behind the driver’s hatch.
Tiger #933 had the “standard” extended vertical edges on its hull front, not the earlier slanted ones.
Tiger #933 had holders for a shovel on the glacis plate, but the shovel is missing in all known photos.
And finally, a big problem. Tiger #933 had the “thick wide” gun mantlet. This is not in any of the kits you listed.
I designed Dragon’s kit #6950 to build exactly this kind of Tiger - it has the mantlet, the gun cleaning rods, the track cable, the open visor holes, and the turret bin. In fact we only need to give it decals.