I received my Beelzeboss "Devil Horns" classics Cliffjumper upgrade kit in the mail today from TFSource and didn't see a pictorial review. One word of warning before we begin: I am moving to a new house in two weeks, and as a result my classics Cliffjumper is packed away at the bottom of a large stack of boxes. Also, my lightbox is packed away, so I made do with a tablecloth and white gift bag. Packaging: Not much to say here. The packaging looks very nice and is solid. My favorite part is the back, which instructs the user to "Have Fun!" (thanks, I'll try?) and where the head should be placed in case there is any confusion: Inside carton: Black, plastic...yawn.... The only thing to note is that it is not taped: Contents: "New head sculpt", "handheld beam cannon", and "special function laser gun" Head sculpt: The head sculpt does a nice job overall evoking Cliffjumper. Plastic quality is good and the silver paint is nice. However, I do have a couple of complaints. The first is that the light-piping in the eyes is incredibly ineffective. The eyes are a very dark blue, and the strip of translucent plastic on the top of his head is very small. These two factors conspire to make his eyes look dead. Secondly, I think the face sculpt could have been done better. The silver portion of his face is completely rounded, contrary to photos where shadows make it appear as though there may be angles on his cheeks. Again not the end of the world, it just looks a little bland. Weapons: I like these. They do a decent job homaging Cliffjumper's rifle and pistol and give the mold some much-needed armament. The molding details are nice. However, much like the head there a couple of issues. Obviously they do look a little bland unpainted. Secondly, they are not solid plastic and are therefore lighter than I expected. They don't feel "cheap", just not as solid as I would have liked. Verdict: Overall this is a decent set, but perhaps overpriced by a few dollars for what you get. I'm pleased that I'll be able to further distinguish classics 'Bee from Cliffjumper on my shelf and provide him with the weaponry that the mold sorely needed. However, the face-sculpt doesn't quite live up to the standards set by Hasbro/Takara, FansProject, Headrobots, etc.