Well, not completely show-accurate, as I'll detail later. I recently customized almost every one of my Animated figures to look more like the show. And here they are: First is little Bumblebee. Perhaps the most modified. Painted the lines on the side of his head, his palms, the lines on his lower arms, gave him a stripe on his leg, made the bottom of his shoes black, finished the stripe on his vehicle mode, and painted his boosters. I also gave him a nice little autobot symbol, coutesy of Encore Prime. (he wasn't using it) And for those wondering, no I did not use the reprolabels set for the stripes and shoes, I actually used electrical tape. (some really sticky stuff, too. But I needed it to survive transformation) Next is Optimus Prime, who got some silver head details, black nose details, finished yellow head stripes, painted cab lights, Autobot symbol, show-accurate sirens and his legs were extensively modded both externally and internally to allow for not only swivel thighs, but more than 90 degrees of knee movement. (unfortunately wasn't as simple as I thought) Ratchet is probably second to Bumblebee. He got painted nose and eye detil, I also painted the back of his head, his shoes were paintedand so were theline details on his legs. In vehicle mode the back was painted more coherantly (the white is not that off to the plastic, it just photographs REALLY brightly for some reason) he also got an autobot symbol, red detail on the side mirrors, painted tail lights and head lights AND sirens, as well as more black around the head lights, and rear windows. Pretty much all I have left to do is the war wound and rims. I considered painting the shoulder armour black around the edge, but it really didn't look like the show at all. Prowl got a lot of gold details, mainly on the feet, shoulders and space jets. He also got a painted nose since mine didn't have one, in addition to new eyes and gold head details. An Autobot symbol tied it off. I've considered painting sirens, but I really haven't decided yet. (I like that hasbro used two different plastics instead of one like on the new Prowl or Ratchet/Prime) I also swapped his "pouches" or whatever so that his legs can bend almost 90 degrees. Bulkhead was very simple, because A lot of his detials were painted or moulded in dark translucent plastic. He got white on his symbol to make it stand out, and black windows and line detail on the back. One last note: if painting these guys has taught me anything, it's that these sculpts are fantastic and are just waiting to come alive with the right amount of detail. Animated has a very clean, stylized look that has great detail, but most is left unpainted which really makes the figures look bland in comparison. Speaking of which, here is a link to Seibertron's Animated gallery where pics are available for comparison if you'd like. Also, REDLINE: I hope I did the attachment thing right this time.