Oh man, what a great day for mail today; Classics 2.0 Onslaught and Powerglide. Onslaught's already got his review up, so now it's the turn of everyone's favourite little red jet. ...hang on. ...He's not little. In fact, he's bigger than Classics Jetfire. ...He's not red either. Hmm. OK. Let's take a look at this guy. PART ONE - JET MODE Powerglide's jet mode remains a stylised A-10 Warthog. VERY stylised, I have to say. He is predominantly light grey, with red details. I think he must have some kind of identity crisis; he's got 3 different sets of ID markings on him. Powerglide's undercarriage folds out; a single nosewheel, and double wheels from each wing. However, I really hope I've got him somehow mistransformed; his nose points down at an alarming angle. In fact, when you put his nose-mounted chaingun on, the front wheel doesn't even touch the ground. See what I mean? Oh dear. The chaingun, incidentally, is really quite nice; it doubles as his robot mode's rifle (more on that later). However having the missile in it when it's attached to his jet mode means that the end of the missile hits a piece of underhanging robot mode kibble and either stops the gun pointing straight or bends the missile. Oh dear again. Anyway. Moving on. Detail-wise, Powerglide is exceptional. he is covered in panels and rivets and vents and such. I particularly like the nose section: Really nice detailing, and the chaingun just enhances the look SO much. The red button on top of the jet activates Powerglide's sound & light gimmicks (the batteries, 2 AAA ones, are stored in his engines. Very nice, I thought) - the orange rears of the engines light up, and he makes: -a whooshing jet noise -what sounds like a missile firing -a rapid fire chaingun-like sound Pretty sweet. In conclusion, Powerglide's jet mode is a REALLY nice one, with a few unfortunate issues. To be honest, though, there's nothing that would have actively put me off getting him. If Onslaught's vehicle mode is a 9 (and he SO is), Powerglide's scrapes through with a 6.8.