Just received these in from BBTS and don't see a thread for feedback about them yet. I intend to write a more comprehensive review later, but some general thoughts and comments: For starters, I'll be splitting this up into sections for the "SWAT Team" (Emergency Team repaints) and "Sky Terror Team" (Energon Saber repaints). SWAT Team is my own name, but the Energon Saber repaints are actually called the Sky Terror Team in Thrust's bio. As a general comment, the bios are really neat and are developing an interesting little story. However, Ramjet's bio should have been edited for clarity. SWAT Team - No major stability issues, although Checkpoint's chest halves don't hold together as tight as I'd like. - No molding changes. - All three have a certain amount of translucent dark grey plastic, most noticeable on Checkpoint's chest and Scythe's fingers. - There's some paint applications missing that take away some character from the toys. For instance, the 'vents' in Scythe's weapon mode and the missile tips on Anti-Blaze are left unpainted and it takes away from the look of the figures. Checkpoint's torso is also rather plain. - The instructions show the weapon modes, as does the back of the packaging. The instructions for all three members of the team linking to Cybertron Defense Scattorshot, although I think the colour-scheme on Scythe fits better with Cybertron Defense Hot Shot. - Overall, I'd say these are as good as the original decos and worth picking up, especially if you missed those molds the firs time. Sky Terror Team - No major stability issues, but Thrust's elbow joints seem really weak and the lower arms pop off every so often. - No molding changes apparent, but Sunstorm's head gets in the way of transformation a little more than I've seen on any previous release of these molds. - There are some missing paint applications again, but nothing as problematic as on the SWAT Team: Ramjet's plain chest is probably the main area I don't like. - Sunstorm's tail section is slightly translucent purple and doesn't exactly match the translucent plastic used on either of the other two figures or the remainder of Sunstorm's body. - Instructions for all three figures show the sword mode, but the sword doesn't have a separate name, like the Star, Dark or Energon Sabers. I've been alternating between calling it the Planet Saber or Sky Saber. - Combined sword mode is solid and has the increased stability of the Energon Saber mold. Thrust and Ramjet look great combined together and their colour schemes mesh well...but Sunstorm doesn't work with the other two at all and makes it more obvious the sword is just three planes stuck together. Using silver and red on Sunstorm would have made the sword look much nicer. - Robot modes of all three look great. - There's a definite 'Galvatron' colour theme to this set (especially in robot mode) and I like using the sword with Cybertron Galvatron (Sunstorm's bio even mentions Galvatron). Pictures below...enjoy!