My first experience with the Armada Blurr mold, but there's plenty of pictures out there so I'll give some comparisons for those of you who are familiar with it. Obviously the rear end of the car is completely different, but the molded in jet engine turbines look really great. The new head look a lot like the G1 cartoon Blurr, right down to the funny fin on top. And of course the slot where the minicon used to push in to release the wings is now shaped for a cyber key, Speedia version, code d0y2. Armada Blurr's guns used a minicon point to fire the missiles, the reworked versions use traditional levers. However, the pivot point on them is all the way to rear end, so it makes them rather difficult to actually fire. On the originals, a post went into a hole in the arms. The hole is still there, but the post has been replaced by a little tab that fits in Blurr's hands. Because the guns are so hard to fire, be careful when doing it while they are in the hands. I was attempting this and my hand slipped, and the gun got twisted in place, ever so slightly separating the two halves of the lower arm. Now it doesn't hold the gun quite as tightly as it used to. Also, due to the angles involved, if you just raise his arms at the elbows to hold the guns, they don't point straight ahead, but rather at an inward angle. You have to raise his arms outward at the shoulders to make it look like he's shooting at something farther than three steps away. Here's something that's probably true of Armada Blurr too - in car mode, if you've pushed the legs in as far as you can the rear wheels can't touch the ground. It also takes a lot of force to pull them back out again from there, so I'm sure they're only meant to only go most of the way in, not all the way. Even then, the bottom of the legs drag along the ground when you roll him. Color-wise Blurr is of course blue. Legs, chest, head and the inside of the shoulder panels are a darker blue than all the bits visible in car mode. Most of the red ends up on his back, but some is still visible on his arms and the wings if you have them deployed. Clear (uncolored transparent) plastic is used for his feet, upper legs, crotch plate, shoulder joints, and wheels. The headlights and conopy are yellow transparent plastic with some fine speckles/glitter mixed in. He looks great next to Cybertron Hot Shot. Recommended, especially if you don't have Armada Blurr or Universe Swerve.