Numerous aircraft development programs have suffered cost and schedule delays due in part to unplanned rework that occurred during integration and acceptance testing. Many of the errors that required rework can be traced back to inconsistencies between different specifications and models developed by or for different disciplines and suppliers early in the development process. We describe a novel method for specifying and verifying complex consistency properties between different kinds of models. This method makes use of a gray-box model integration framework and an SMT verification tool. We report on the application of this method to one specific challenge problem, verifying that a logical computer system architecture specified in AADL and a solid model specified in Creo together satisfy a particular consistency property.