Thanks for the encouragement guys. It's great when other people can see the vision too I'm really happy with the way TB is shaping up. It's tough trying to modify in a way that limits the damage to the figure (I always aim for zero if I can get away with it) and just go for add on parts. It makes trying to achieve a good robot AND alt mode quite tricky. TBs alt mode will look different after these mods. It will actually have a bit more of a G1 look to it. So, I'm curious to see a) how it turns out and b) what you guys think. Because I have tried to integrate the new ankles and feet into the actual transformation, there will be a little kibble on the back end of the vehicle but I have tried to keep it as clean as possible. Also, just to answer 'Sorry if I missed this but are you using a home printer?', I am using a home FDM printer. And, I have to say it has been one of the best investments I have ever made. I tried kitbashing and I liked it but it has its limits unless you're a veteran (and I'm not ) I have total respect for those that still mod that way. It's still an awesome creative release. FOr me though, I had all these ideas that I couldn't do anything with. Then, I got into the 3d print scene and boom. Game changer. That's when I started the FOC seeker upgrade project and then moved on through the others. I have a Lulzbot Mini. It is a fantastic printer. Pretty much good to go right out of the box. And, I use free online design software called Tinkercad. It's basic but it lets you do nearly everything you would want to do for this kind of work. At the end of the day, when you're printing small parts, there isn't a lot of point in going overboard with loads of intricate details. FDM printing (printing tech limits) and Shapeways type prints (material tech limits, unless you pay big money for the newer materials) just won't do it justice. Resin printing...well, there's a thing. That could get interesting with the new Formlabs 2 and beyond. But, I would definitely recommend the Mini. Anyway, thanks again for the support. Once I'm happy with this kit, and if you're still interested, just let me know and we can work something out.