Just got these three today. Won't go into a lot of detail on the molds, or the DVD eps themselves, as there should be plenty of info out there for the Googling. (haven't watched the DVDs yet either, though they look nice with the character art printed over the silver DVD surface for a nice mirror effect. Overall: These reissues seem to try to balance between two color schemes - show accuaracy (to the extent repainting can provide), and near-totall use of metallic/pearlescent colors. This works better on some than others. Cheetor: the least amount of change really. It's basically "Fox Kids" Cheetor with black Spots instead of red. To go for better show-accuracy, Cheetor should've had yellow or gold forearms, feet, and eyes. Blue plastic seems a bit dull next to the blue painted parts. generally not bad, but more could've been done with it. Maximal symbol doesn't look so great printed on a fur texture. Comes with the upper torso of Transmutate. Rhinox: Getting there in show-accuracy. Rhino mode adds eyes with pupils, but loses painted toenails. More pearly-colored. Robot mode is mostly the same as the original, but adds the gold trim around the "eyebrows" and jaw. More detail has been added to the mutant face as well, but if you remove it, the head looks very Rhinox (sneering). On the downside, the arms are misassembled, with the shoulders and upper arms facing backward. It doesn't affect transformation though. I plan to do some modding to "Maximize" the accuracy. Comes with Transmutate's lower torso and right leg. Waspinator: The star of the wave. The metal/pearl plastic works quite well for an insect. light grey plastic on the original is swapped for green, and light green for yellow. Extra yellow scallops are painted on the legs, and yellow and black details were added to the face. Not perfect, but a much better show likeness than the original toy, and just plain nice in general. Comes with Transmutate's head. Half a Transmutate: Paint is a little sloppy in spots, but looks accurate and well-detailed so far (panel lines and such are accented with a paint wipe). I don't know if the right leg is supposed to move, but I twisted it off trying to move it. Arg. Verdict: pretty good if you already have the originals, excellent if you don't. Waspinator gets the highest recommendation. Now where's some pictures of Tarantulas and Rattrap?