Got him today from Argos, thanks to the heads up from Fort Max. After tearing my way through the box (which idiot was responsible for designing a box that you have to ruin to get the figure out of??), I was able to have a proper look at him. He looks nice in car mode and (though I am biased) to see a British car in the Alt line up is pretty sweet. Though it'd have been the icing on the cake for his alt mode if he'd have been in the classic racing green.. Bot mode next. Once you finish transforming him, which is pretty straightforward (apart from the missiles, which were a pain to get into the right position), he looks like a pretty good attempt at working G1 Ravage into the line. At least, that's before you look at the articulation. And the articulation is where Ravage comes unstuck. The missiles are pretty posable, as is the head, but it's downhill from there. The back legs can only move forwards and backwards at the thighs, knees and paws, while the front legs are much the same apart from a ball joint at the knee. This should be an improvement, but it's immediately offset by the discovery that the front legs are stuck pointing forwards, because something is blocking them from moving back very far. And this is a flaw that really drags Ravage down, because he could have been great with more poseability, and greater articulation should be expected these days, certainly in a toy at this pricepoint and with this level of design. Still, it's always nice to see a Decepticon Alt, especially one that's not just a repaint of an Autobot Alt, and one that doesn't have a humanoid form. Final score: 7.