I can't see a thread for these elsewhere. Here' the review as posted on my site and elsewhere - it mainly concentrates on the names and colours as they're repaints: This is a wave of repaints of the old Legends of Cybertron figures. For the original reviews see Legends of Cybertron Wave 2: Leobreaker, Scourge, Evac & Jetfire http://email@example.com/C_LOC_1_2.html Legends of Cybertron Wave 3: Galvatron, Soundwave, Vector Prime & Red Alert http://firstname.lastname@example.org/C_LOC_3.html None of these characters got LoC repaints, even though 3 of them had repainted versions available in larger sizes. Earlier TF names have been used instead of their LoC original names. Trypticon Trypticon is a repaint of LoC Scourge. Instead of doing the Cryo Scourge colour scheme here, the bulk of the body is repainted in grey, with the forearms, shoulders spikes and feet a pale purple. Given the Leobreaker repaint below many assumed this would be BWII Galvatron but the Trypticon name is appropriate given the dragon's 3 heads. As before the robot looks like he's eaten all the pies ! But a nice attractive colour scheme. Fire Flight Fireflight is the LoC Jetfire repaint we got instead of Hasbro doing a LoC Sky Shadow. The main body is a brick red, with the additional robot parts a creamy beige colour. This looks nothing like the white with red chest of G1 Fireflight. In fact I only realised what it was when I say the toy today - it's BW Razorbeast's colours in jet form ! A bit garish I feel, could have done better. Leo Prime Leo Prime is the new Leo Breaker repaint - skipping over the Nemesis Breaker colour scheme seen on a larger figure. Leo Prime is an English version of the Japanese toy name Leo Convoy, who was the Maximal leader in BWII. His white, gold and red paint scheme translates well to the LoC lion, and the transition from the shoulder to the robot chest of the beast head doesn't make you think it isn't who the toy claims to be. Good repaint. Perceptor LoC Red Alert has no obvious Autobot repaint colour scheme - though doing a Decepticon version as Predator Stalker or MW/Universe Soundwave might work. So they've looked for an Autobot with a shoulder cannon and come up with Perceptor. And yes, it does just about work, you could conceive the missile truck is some sort of mobile telescope. However the execution is a little flawed - the red is too plasticy - almost looks like a knock off - and the pale blue paint on the arms and upper legs doesn't work - needs to be applied right the way round both limbs I think, and possibly in a different shade. Nice try, shame about the finished article.