I couldn't find a thread for Breakdown yet, and he definitely deserves one, so, let's get things started. This is my first review and also first post here, so bear with me. Starting off with Vehicle Mode: Pretty Straightforward. He's a big hummer-esque SUV- possibly an Armet Balkan. quick view from the back I painted mine instead of using his stickers, but presumably someone else will post pics in the future. As a general rule of thumb though, if it's not on his face and it's not the original plastic, I painted it. Transforming him is fairly simple, but can be kind of tricky due to how complex his shoulder jointing is, and how stiff his elbows might be. I realize I probably should've shown how to turn him into the SUV since he arrives in robot mode, but I've lost my primary light source now. You start by flipping the back of the vehicle up Pop the sides out of their tabs at the back And then unfold the legs out Fold out his feet, and the big side panel folds behind the lower leg It'll look like this on the inside of the leg Rotate his waist so that the front is facing away from the vehicle-back Pop the front windows apart and then do the same to the front bumper Swing those sides forward Fold the grill down Flip his arms around There's actually some circuitry detailing inside his chest. Almost done! Fold his back up; there's a little slot it pegs into. Slide the chest apart And fold all that down to finish! Some general pics I did use stickers on his Rhino-hammer. Stickers might not be the best-looking option for a finished TF figure, but they are very fun to apply. You can put the hammer in his hand like so.... Or you can flip his arm back around and peg it into the other end, which looks much more show-accurate Breakdown also scales excellently with Knockout (in vehicle mode as well, but I forgot to take a picture) And then takes it a step further by scaling well with the entire TFP Decepticon crew, if you are using FE Starscream. Granted, I don't have Airachnid or Dead End, but for your core team, you're pretty much set. Overall, I heartily recommend him. He really needs to see a stateside release and is up there with the First edition figures in terms of overall appearance and engineering. Some of his posability is a bit hampered due to his arm kibble, and mine's hip joints are a bit loose, but I'm really happy with him. Hope you enjoyed!