Hello, I managed to snag a B.2 Shining Version that was given away at Tokyo Toy Show (it's also scheduled to be given away at the World Hobby Fair convention in Japan this weekend as well). It was a freebie for kids who attended the convention, I think for answering a survey, but apparently some sellers got their hands on a few since multiple Shining B.2s have shown up on eBay since Tokyo Toy Show. I've never done a review before, so bare with me. There isn't much different from this release compared to the normal B.2 that came with AM-02 Bumblebee other than the fact that this exclusive is made of clear yellow plastic rather than a somewhat golden brown. It still comes unassembled and unpainted on the plastic runner. Similar to the recent Shadow Micron convention exclusives, it comes with just one sticker (the faction logo) rather than a full sheet, so it looks more "bare" than the normal B.2. Here's 'bot mode and gun mode, with comparison shots with the normal B.2, plus Bot Shots Superbot Bumblebee. B.2 is a more clear golden yellow, compared the orangey piss yellow color of the Superbot Bumblebee. To finish up, here are a couple shots with AM Bumblebee wielding both. For micron collectors, it's a nice, quirky little exclusive that looks decently with Bumblebee. It's not my favorite of the microns released so far (that's Gora, Jida and Zori, plus I'm pretty sure I'm going to love Breakdown's rhino when I get it in hand), but still a thing worth picking up. For those that aren't micron collectors, if you're a Bumblebee fan or just like clear plastic variants, it might be worth picking up but given the price it'll likely go for (unless a bunch flood the market this summer because they made more than there were kids to give them away to), it's probably not for everyone, which is expected with exclusive microns given the prices they tend to go for on the secondary market. For anyone worried about a clear plastic toy and fragility, I put it together just fine and no stress marks or any signs of weakening or breakage occurred (same goes for the Shadow Microns, which were made of a clear black plastic) so in the short-term, it's quite durable. How it fares in the long term is anyone's guess.