I won't go in-depth into the toy molds themselves, as most people with an interest either have an idea what they're like, or have an older version. These come close to being the ultimate version of these molds, with some small setbacks. Puchased for $39.95 at Toys R Us. Comes with the DVD BW episode "Possession" - Waspinator's DVD, with Waspinator's art printed on it. In addition to being repainted, both are also remolded for improved show-accuracy. Primal gets a new head, gorilla face, and chest piece, while Megatron juts gets a new robot head (but that's just about all that's needed. The new sculpts are very nice work, and quite accurate to the CGI versions within toy confines. Primal has a very stern expression as a robot, and as a gorilla, looks like someone just smacked around a kitten right in front of him. (sort of a half-shocked, half-pissed expression). Megatron's robot face looks as if he's quite pleased with himself (perhaps he smacked around the kitten), and the sculpt just screams "Mainframe" to me, even more than Primal's. Similar to the other BW10th reissues, the plastic colors in general are shinier and more metallic-looking than the original versions, perhaps to look more like Mainframe's CGI style for the show. Megatron adds a lot more paint apps to the torso and upper legs. Personally I think a darker purple would be more accurate than what was used on the chest and face. Primal is mostly charcoal gray with SLIGHTLY lighter metallic gray for the details of the gorilla body, which makes a good approximation of the way he looked in the show. Overall the color choices appear to be very accurate for Primal, though this makes him look a tiny bit more dull than the original color scheme. One thing of note is on both Primal and Megatron, the eyes of beast and robot modes have painted pupils, the robot eyes made to approximate the "lit from behind" look of the characters' eyes in CGI. It's not all perfect though, as it appears the molds are showing their age. My toys had some rough and/or poorly trimmed seams on the parts. Some of the purple paint on Megatron's chest was applied a bit sloppy. Primal has a somewhat loose waist joint, while Megatron has a loose waist and leg joints, though not bad enough that he falls over. Primal's robot head has a stiff ball joint combined with a skinny neck post, so I worry that it might twist off when trying to turn the head. Most people have probably already made up their minds whether they want these or not, if they haven't already got them, or the Takara release. Either way, except for some minor QC issues, (be sure to get a good look at them in the package before buying) they are an excellent capper to the BW 10th anniversary line, and well worth your attention.