[This] should still be available at your local superstore/Loblaw’s. $3.99 earns you a Minicon Swashplate. This is how you can easily turn him into Classics Scourge's tm partner. All in all, the mods required took about ten (10) minutes total. Required tools: small Phillips screwdriver side cutters crazy glue small LEGO bit Struxx female connector This is the cheapo, shelf warming Minicon we're talking about here: With a small Phillips screwdriver (crosshead), remove this one and only screw: This is what you end up with: With a pair of side cutters, snip off this post flush with the bottom of the helmet: You now free his head: The red lines are where I’m going to cut off excess plastic to give him a bit different of a head shape: After cutting: Reassemble him and replace the screw, leaving out the helicopter rotors, this is what you should have: With the side cutters again, clip the tail along the red line: Enter one tiny LEGO double ender, and one cut down female Struxx connector tube chunk: In the hole that the rotor shaft used to occupy, drill it out with a 3/16" drill bit: Crazy glue the black double ended LEGO chunk into the now enlarged hole. You now have a gun handle that fits most Classics figs: After using the side cutters and cutting down the chunk of the female Struxx connector, trim and clip off any remaining slag and try to make it all as flat/flush as possible: Once it's done, crazy glue the new barrel tip onto the clipped down helicopter tail. It should literally plug right in if your cut was clean on the tail: The rest is garbage or more bits for the fodder bin: With Scourge and another version of Fracas (both in the wip and primed stages), I added small bits to one of them, and the bigger looking one has a clipped down gun that came with Scourge in the first place, the double barreled smaller one: Both black primed: Painted up, Fracas/unnamed primed Targetmaster/stock Swashplate: Different lighting: One more with Scourge. To mount him to Scourge in alt mode, you simply have to drill a 3/16" hole into his butt flap armor. I haven't done mine yet because my drill just copped out. The 3/16" hole in the rotor hole was actually drilled by hand, a drill bit held with vise grips while turning the entire piece: Not bad for $3.99!