AM-10 Bulkhead with B.H. micron Micron first, since I'm sure it is of most interest to everyone. I was kinda curious how well this micron would work with the FE, and it turns out it does pretty well. To best approximate the mace though, I think building the micron without the hinged piece with the Micron face on it looks better. (I don't recommend removing that hinged piece once put on, I have read of some others who tried something similar on previous AM's and it broke..) While I saw from earlier pics the micron with a chain attached, I thought it was a mod and didn't realize that was part of the kit! So that was a nice surprise. With the hinged piece on, it even makes a decent blaster. (Just try to ignore the microns head. ) Robit Mode.. I guess: From the back: So yeah robot mode is not really where its at with this. As for Bulkhead himself, he seems a tad lighter in color than his Hasbro counterpart. (Which I don't have.) On the Hasbro version, I have seen some people remove the tires from the back of robot mode, and switch places with them so the tires are facing up. It's not really possible with this version; those pieces are pinned in and can't be removed without removing the pin. As you can see I chose not to put on some stickers, cause well.. those headlight stickers suck. Transformation: The stickers and lack of paint are really bad from the back.. So the big question is, is AM-10 worth it to get that micron? Not really. Bulkhead himself is a good enough figure on his own, and the micron is pretty neat. But he's not (almost) three times the cost of the Hasbro one neat. If Takara eventually releases this Micron as part of the individual micron releases, I would recommend it though. It's pretty versatile and the chain part is a pretty cool addition. didactic diversions: AM - 10 Bulkhead with micron B.H.