so far Ra has manifested in this lineup as more of a pervasive Force, rather than a personal deity. sometimes we forget He's even there, not because He hides Himself, but because He's as pervasive as light and air. this quote from C.S. Lewis feels like it applies:
I believe in [God] as I believe that the sun has risen: not only because I see it, but because by it I see everything else.
every other Name feels implicitly synced with Him, so our Sobek is Sobek(-Ra), our Set is Set(-Ra), etc. when He does appear on His own - typically around Wep Ronpet - He carries an incredible tricksterish energy that we're still trying to pin down. in some ways, He forms a dichotomy with Heru-wer - He's the king Who stands on the balcony waving to the people, while Heru is the king who sits in His office doing all the necessary paperwork.