I just bought him along with Jetfire and he looks so awesome I HAD to open him first. I've longed for a Cybertronian style seeker jet for so long and let me tell you, this guy fits the bill! Now when you first open him, you might not notice that his arms are not fully transformed. At first I thought I would be stuck with E. Wingsaber arm movement, but I looked at the instructions and saw that the arms needed to be slid down further to allow for the full range of arm rotation the figure has. REMEMBER TO FIX HIS ARMS AFTER YOU OPEN HIM! They need to be slid down. I didn't notice this at first. Articulation on TC is great....and the joints are tight! YAY! TC can turn his head, rotate the arms up and down, bend his elbows, rotate his fists, bend and rotate his knees , kick his legs, tap his feet, the works! The lower legs below the knee, the chest, the upper arms, and the nose portion of the jet are all diecast, but thankfully TC sports plenty of ratcheting joints to handle the weight. Transformation to Jet mode is fairly straightforward. The jet-mode holds together nice and tightly and is very sleek, with great paint applications and nice detailing including fold out landing gear. Definitely a great homage to the Cybertronian jets you saw on the first episode of G1 shooting lasers at Bumblebee. My only complaint about the jet mode is when you look from the rear it looks too hollow and TC's head and fists are too visible. But otherwise TC is very slick! TC has vast improvements over the quality of the last 6" releases and I definitely hope this trend continues with newer releases. TC is definitely reccomended by me!