Got it today. Even better than expected. Super sturdy cardboard box with Classics-like artwork. Trailer is sandwiched in a plastic tray. Instructions are done Classics-style too. Simple and elegant. Trailer itself is amazing, quality on par with official products. All components are rock solid and paint apps have been nicely applied. Transformation is fairly easy: detach Rollout from the trailer, compress the wheels toward the body, Rollout is ready. Now unfold the 2 black panels from under the trailer to give the base some height, then deploy all the different panels to form the base. Easy but far more interesting than all the G1-like trailer because ramps unfold from all directions. You also need to fold up the little crane inside as it sits upside-down in trailer mode. In base mode, there's a little landing pad for Legends Cosmos (as seen on the box), 2 compartments with 2 hidden guns, one for Bumblebee, one for Rollout, ramps, a rack to store Prime's weapons, a crane cab that can rotate, move up and own, an articulated crane arm too. You could also stand the little Spike and Sparkplug figures (Impossible Toys? can't remember who made them) next to the crane's cab, there's a little platform up there. You can park deluxe cars in the base too. Unlike the City Commander trailer, this one can turn. You can also store one deluxe car inside in this mode. Seriously, it fits superbly the neo-G1 theme of Classics. Prime was an update of the G1 figure and so is this trailer. Money well spent.