First off I wanna say HELLS YEAH Gatchaman for working out that the wrist pin join on the smokescreen figure could be sliced easily to allow that kibble to come off! That was a stellar find. I thought I’d share my mod here, to keep them all together in the same cool thread. Further to your mod, I have come up with a couple options for people. Smokescreen mod Jozaeh #1 – This one ends up putting all of the hood and roof pieces onto his back, which looks pretty cool. IMPORTANT! To do this mod, you may need to do the cutting step of Gatchaman’s mod as minimally as you possibly can. As you can see in the closeup photo below of my roof piece, I tried to leave a teeny nub on the cutting edge. And I did NOT cut off the half part of this clip section. I kept the clip section as original as possible. This will help the roof piece ‘clip’ onto the spot I’ve found. Now hopefully this will work no matter how much you shave off, but at step 4 if your roof pieces don’t grab on, then this mod sadly won’t work for your figure. Here’s the steps (to be followed by photo steps): 1. Lay smokey on his face and fold his windows down, but about ‘halfway’ onto the inside of the doors 2. Take the hood piece (match the photo below to have the right one) and slide/push it’s little split arm onto the frame. It should grip juuuust enough. 3. Repeat for the other hood piece 4. Take the roof piece and use it’s pin gripping section to pop onto the bottom door edge. Your roof piece may NOT grab here. If it doesn’t, then this mod won’t work for your figure. But! Some tightening of the grip section edges with some super glue (let it dry first before you try fitting it to the door again!!) might help with the snugness. 5. You’ll notice that the bottom point of each roof piece actually sits pretty snug in with the back waist nub. And there ends the Mod #1! Smokescreen mod Jozaeh #2 – This one puts the hood pieces onto the back of smokey’s back, and is a cool way to have his back keep the kibble. It has the roof pieces as not attached to the figure. And of course he’ll now have two sets of headlights in robot mode, but hey, that’s all the better to see ‘Cons with! This mod really only has one step, but it’s pretty fiddly. So take your time, it will get annoying and tight clearances, but hopefully you’ll get it! Steps (with photo steps to follow): 1. Take the left hood piece, and place it behind his left shoulder (use the photos to make sure you’ve got the right piece!) 2. Now angle the door inwards a little to give yourself room. 3. Slide the hood piece arm in and under the door frame bar 4. It should get in close, and then you can hinge the door to be back out on it’s angle. 5. Hopefully the tyre will ‘squeeze’ the hood arm tightly to keep it in place. 6. Now make sure the hood notches in with the bottoms of the door (number 3 in photo) 7. And now check that all the ‘securing’ places are in the correct spot (see the circles in ‘check #1!’ in the photo) 8. The hood should push own onto the back of smokey’s waist in the spots in the photo. 9. Lastly, make sure to give smokey’s wheels a push inwards from the sides to make sure they haven’t popped out of place. It did this a few times with mine(you may need to fold his chest piece down to check this). This mod is a tricky one, mainly because it’s sucha small space with only a small room for ‘gripping’ of the piece. But once you get it solid it’s pretty good! That’s all! Happy smoking (screening). Jozaeh Ps: I can’t believe we’ve been given a smokescreen figure of his own mold! Despite a few shortcomings, he’s got his own mold!! And he looks snappin cool.