Here's micro-reviews of each LOC I own, going in order of best to worst: #1 Skywarp - I loved this character design as a Voyager-size fig, and it loses almost nothing in the shrink down to mini-size. Head no longer swivels and elbows no longer bend. Aside from that the mold is spot-on in all the places that count. The skywarp color scheme looks very appropriate to the character and there are enouth paint apps to "fill out" the deco. #1b Starscream - All of the mold praise carries over, but the deco is the slightest bit "empty". Give it some of your own paint apps. #2 Megatron - Again, almost nothing is lost on the shrink aside from key gimmiks. The jet mode is lost for the most part, but it sucked anyway. What you're left with is an unmistakeable replica of the huge Megatron toy. Deco is slightly empty. Add your own paint apps. Tiny ball-joints are a problem where the upper thigh meets the torso. They pop off a lot. #2b Galavatron - I like the Galvatron deco better on the big guys, I like the Megatron deco better on the small guys. Must be the use of grey plastic instead of silver paint. #3 Jetfire - If there's one thing this figure teaches us, it's that Jetfire had no buisness being an Ultra. He would have been 10X cooler as a deluxe. Mini Jetfire looses nothing but paint apps over his large brother. OK, the feet don't flip up and the arms don't slide forward, but at this size you won't care. His knees don't bend...you will care about that. Anyway, he's also much more stable in 'bot mode that big Jetfire. The only negative I really have for a figure of this size is sparce paint apps. Add you own paint. #4 Vector Prime - Big big flaw: his head doesn 't swivel and therefore is totally visible in alt mode. Obviously the intricate sculpted gears are gone, but the sculpting that replaces them does an admirable job for the small scale. At the end of the day I love VP's 'bot design, and this toy is faithful in that area (yes, the shoulder pads do flip up. No, the wings don't fold in). For $3-$4 bucks you can't go wrong. Keep in mind that VP is my #1 favorite Cybertron/Galaxy force figure. I you don't love the 'bot design as much as I do, he probably slips down the list a few places. #5 Soundwave - If he were only a robot he'd be #2 on this list. His 'bot mode is AWESOME. Sadly, the jet mode sufferes here (the arm transformation is tottaly different than the full-size). Tiny ball-joints cause the thigh pieces to easily pop off. Still highly recommended for the perfect 'bot. #6 Leobreaker - How much do you like the full-size Leobreaker? The arm gimmick is gone, but aside from that, here he is. The sculpt of both heads is amazing, and the deco looks full enough. Arms on the 'bot are actually designed better than the big Leo. He falls to 6 in my book since I was never a huge Leo Breaker fan in the first place. #7 Scourge - Gets hurt from lack of paint apps. They took what they did have and ran with it however, and in the end it looks alright. Mold is hurt by funky 'bot arms and the removal of the "collapsing" mid-section. If you are a competant painter and re-do the deco he would probably creep up the list past Leobreaker. #8 Hotshot - A simple deluxe gets a simple mini. Deco is sparce, sculpt is a bit uninspired, but it gets the job done. No mistaking who it is or what he turns into. #9 Evac - The yellow plastic looks wrong for this mold. The biggest problem with the mold is that because his head no longer collapses into his torso, he loses half of his torso height. The resulting 'bot is all legs. Alt mode is hurt by a lack of landing gear. The "key gimmick" of the big 'bot is sculpted with the missles permanetly activated. This hurts the look of alt mode. #10 Prime - No paint apps, no alt mode add-ons. Too simple. Too ugly. #11 CD Red Alert - Almost totally non-transforming. Missle is too small. Deco is lacking. 'Bot mode arms are insultingly bad. A shame since the Ultra was so simple and should have been perfectly replicated.