As previously reported, Convoy comes in a traditional Binaltech styled box, but a super-sized version, to accommodate his larger bulk. The box includes the usual design elements, including a rear panel touting his features. On the bottom of the box (not pictured), is another part in the "Unfinished Business" chapter of the Binaltech story. I'm looking forward to a translation at some point (as well as one for BT-21 Arcee). Like BTs 19-21 (and 17-18 as well, really), there is no collectors card or fancy booklet, just a simple transformation instruction sheet. There is no surfboard/sword, nor a girlie. He's exactly the same weight as BT-17 Black Convoy, 693grams (about 1.5lb). Aside from the weight, vehicle mode is basically indistinguishable from Kiss Players Convoy, featuring the chromed grille and body-colored rear tray. In line with the other recent batch of Binaltech figures, his rear license plate is the car manufacturer, rather than the character name; thus he has DODGE in white lettering on a black plate. Transformation is obviously the same as the 4 other uses of this mold. His deco is based on that for Kiss Players Convoy, but has a more traditional color spread, with red arms, blue hands and blue eyes rather than the blue, black and yellow (respectively) of the KP. Kiss Players Convoy (left), Binaltech Convoy (middle) and Alternators Optimus Prime (right) Late-run Binaltechs: BTs 19-22. The requisite die-cast Convoy comparo. Good Things: Die-cast Kiss Players-based deco (rather than Alternators-based) ... but improved with more traditional upper-body coloring Separating the tray from the cab and extending it to form his legs was easier than many versions of this mold - no fear that I was going to end up with one half of him in one hand, and the other half in the other hand (see also: G1 Mirage) MUCH cheaper and more obtainable than BT-17 Bad Things: One door fell off really quickly, bounced onto my tiled floor (fortunately no damage to it) One of the halves of the rear tailgate is very floppy. Not a big deal as it's either linked to the half that isn't floppy in vehicle mode, or it's under his foot in robot mode The thigh panels lock into place over a tab on his upper leg; slightly wider gapping on one of his legs made it hard to get the thigh panel into place. This might be just mine. It didn't feel quite as "together" as BT-17 Black Convoy. All up, it's a mighty fine piece. It's got the die-cast of BT-17, without the insane price tag. It's got the deco that the Alt and the KP missed the target on, it's painted, so doesn't come up translucent like the Alt. I think the TakTom quality might be down a bit as they're winding the series up - it's not like they screwed it up, but the fit just seems down. It's just a shame this figure didn't come out earlier as intended, back when it was going to follow BT-16 Skids, because it strikes me as the way it was always supposed to be. So it's a nice way to finish off the line. If you don't have a Dodge Ram Convoy or Optimus Prime figure, or you have one but it's the Alternator, definitely get this. If you missed out on BT-17, this is a nice substitute - you could grab an extra and paint up your own (some clever Radicon should go into business selling custom Binaltech Black Convoys). If you have the Kiss Player, well, you could probably live without it, but really, can you call that living?