I submitted another long-winded babble-thon review for Megatron (similar to the one I did for Prime) but I thought I'd do another mini-review, in case anyone's curious. He's not as close to perfection as Prime, but he certainly has his merits. In robot mode he stands at about 10 inches tall. BTW, I like the trend of packaging the leader and supreme-sized toys in robot mode, like Takara does. I also like Megatron's box, although beware the number of twisties. He has nearly as many as Unicron. Anyway, apart from the impressive size, you notice the heft--this is a heavy figure--and the poseability--24 points by my count. To get the most out of the legs, make sure to bend the fender-wings on his back around and farther down, which balances out his weight enough to get a much wider variety of poses (the batteries don't help, so you might not want to put any in, or, if you did put any in, not keep them in there) with his legs. His upper body doesn't have any problems. Strangely, although this toy uses rubbery plastic like Vector Prime, it feels stiffer (apart from the nose cone bits) and after I straightened out the spikes on his fender/armor accessory (it comes tied to the side of the box) I haven't had any problems. I suspect it's because the pieces are almost all a lot smaller than VP's sword and wings. I actually like the color scheme--it's not as good as the Galvatron redeco but there's something about its very weirdness that appeals to me. I read someone complaining that the headsculpt has nothing in common with G1 Megs, but if you flip the headcrests down, the head is a dead-on homage to both G1 Megs and BW Megs. It actually looks more like Megatron this way than either the Armada or Energon versions. I'm also happy Hasbro removed the green racing stripe from his nose that the GF version has--finally, a paint app deletion that's positive The dragster mode is just huge--about 13 inches long and 9.5 inches across in the rear, from the tip of one spoiler to another. The "Batmobile" styling doesn't bother me, in fact I like it. It doesn't particularly bother me for Megs to not always be a tank or weapon (especially since he almost certainly will be in the movie line), but I can see how that might bother others who are more purist than I am. The jet mode isn't as good as the dragster mode, but let's face it--apart from E. Scorpinok, the third mode on a triple changer is almost always an afterthought and isn't as good as the other two. Bearing that in mind it's fine as an extra mode, and it gives Megs something else to do. The biggest negative is that mine has a somewhat defective missile launcher--the missile will just not stay in the left launcher unless I get a screwdriver and carefully poke the mechanism back up out of the spring, and then it happens all over again if the missile gets launched, like GF Exillion's and some Hot Shots wing problems. I like this toy a lot, though, and I think it's worth a grab, so even if you don't like the colors, try for C. Galvatron. I wasn't sure I'd like it when I first saw it and now I love it more than any of the other recent Megatron toys.