So, I had a sneek peek picture of the mods I did to Ratchet in another thread, and someone asked for more pics. Voyager Ratchet was NEVER as movie accurate as he should have been, and the deluxe version came out very promising. In fact, it was so promising that I sacrificed it to modify the voyager verison! What the deluxe version got right, IMO, is that the front grill is oriented correctly, and that the front side panels over the wheels were also configured correctly. Those two major improvements caused me a great many headaches in terms of how to achieve the same for the voyager class. After a month or so, it finally hit me. Minor Mods: 1. ball jointed neck (taken from Ravage), 2. hollowed out the shoulder blocks with a cutting wheel, 3. and added flood lights from an extra set of a roll bar cage claw thing (courtesy of Autobotx23 ), then cut it down to fit inside of the shoulder housing. 4. increased hand articulation, I cut off the lower stems of the Axe to allow the right hand to bend and open more freely. Then I removed some plastic off the inside of the left forearm to accomplish the same thing. So now both his hands can bend up and down, as well as open and close! 5. less boxier looking lower legs (well, as much as I possibly could without taking away from the alt mode); using a cutting wheel I took away the "hydrolic/piston" thing to give his legs a more "open" and less "caged" look... unfortunately I couldn't think of any other way to skinny them up without compromising the alt mode. Heavy Mods: 1. Front side panels now flip open in front of shoulders 2. front grill can rotate 360' with slight telescopic and rotational ability 3. redone shoulder joints, since the original joints were attached to the front side panels. The following pics will just be a sequence of the transformation from alt to bot mode... Enjoy! Now all he needs are nice new reprolabel stickers (which I have!), and a good Radicon paint job! Unless, of course, you all think there should be more things done to him... Thoughts? Critiques? I'd love to get your feedback! Take care, Savio!