I'm really enjoying these club figures. They're recolored Energon combiner limbs of course, but since I missed out on most of the combiners and only got a few of them, some of the molds are new to me. Breakaway is this year's membership figure, and he seems to have quite a bit more translucent plastic than Landquake did. The majority of the figure is made of it, with a few black and silver paint applications, and some bluish-purple parts here and there. Plane mode: A translucent red plane with a clear cockpit and blue wings. There's some silver on the intakes and what I guess are jet engines on the wings. Like most Transformer planes, there's some kibble on the underside, and in this case it's the robot arms. They don't seem to peg down to anything, and are held on strictly by shoulder joint stiffness. They blend in reasonably well, but kibble on a plane always bothers me. It's nowhere near the level of movie Starscream though. There are three fold out landing gear struts molded to look like wheels. Overall, it's a nice little compact plane mode, and the arms don't take too much away from it. Transformation is fairly simple. The engine pods and legs unfold and twist to become the legs and feet. The arms fold out to the side, and the nose of the plane folds down, revealing the robot head. Very simple, effective and clean transformation. Robot Mode: While the majority of the figure is still translucent, the blue becomes more prominent and stands out, breaking up the red nicely. Aesthetically, this figure works very well. Articulation is decent, with ball joints on the knees and hips, as well as the shoulders and elbows. The head swivels, but the waist does not. The ankles hinge for transformation, but it's not useful for posing. Breakaway comes with a lenticular card that has his bio on the back, as well as instructions and a couple of weapons that are blue and smoky grey clear. The energon star is clear smoked grey as well. Overall: a nice basic Transformer, with the added bonus of being an exclusive and having an unusual color scheme. It will be interesting to see what the finished combiner looks like in a few years time, with the unifed color scheme. I don't think it's worth joining the Collector's Club just for the figure, but as part of the deal it's well worth it.