He's awesome! Very cool, nice transformation that, aside from the fact that his fists are attached, is almost dead on G1, the chin plate doesn't look nearly as goofy in the down position as some pics would have you believe. He looks, aside from the axe, almost exactly like his animation model came to life. The "Gravity Spin" conversion is a mixed bag. It looks cool, when it works, and getting it back into position when going back to vehicle mode is a pain. Think of what happens if you get off a click or two during Starscream's auto-transform feature, and add the fact that this piece has to SPIN as well, and you get an idea. Still, it's a minor trade off for such an awesome figure. I'll post some pics with the group in a few minutes. I won't do a detailed photoshoot right now, since D Banks did one recently. And now, the pics! Comparison: A somewhat Fuzzy vehicle mode pic: "Sir, I'm going to ask you to step out of the vehicle": Still the tallest: All together now: This last pic is of a problem area: That joint I've outlined on the thigh? That's clearly one of those "meant to break apart if exceessive force is applied" safety joints. There's no movement, and it doesn't get used for transformation either. But if you pull too hard on the legs they pop off at that joint. it's just a plastic peg/hole type of joint, and mine was so loose that his right leg wouldn't stay on if you picked him up, and the left didn't take much more effort to fall off. It was a simple matter to superglue them in place (again, affecting the figure not one bit.) I'm curious if anyone else has had similar issues. Regardless, it's something to be aware of. Thankfully it's an easy fix, since you'll never be able to tell if it's loose or not in the box.