Got this guy today from Bills Toys, thought I'd share my thoughts on him, seeing as how I'm one of the first Transfans to get the littl' guy. Wreckloose's beast mode has very good proportions, and excellent mold and paint detailing, especially on the underbelly-- little technorganic piping details abound. I think his colors go together fairly well, as they're all "lizardy" colors. The "armor head carapace" piece that fits on top of his head looks pretty nice unactivated, but it you put the key in and the antlers swing out, it looks pretty weird and really alien. I'm also not fond on how asymmetrical the Decepticon insignia placement is-- it's on the side of the head armor piece, but on the very tip of it-- just placing it smack dab in the center would have looked much better, I can't fathom why Hasbro didn't do that. His articulation is better than expected-- he has full articulation in the legs (except the ankles on the rear legs), and his back half can even move from side to side. His jaw can open and close too. Due to the way his back half is constructed, however, there's a noticeable gap in between his tail halves (which become his legs in robot mode) that's just large enough to kind ruin the "solidity" of the tail. That's probably my biggest complaint of the mode. Overall, a pretty solid mode, though. Robot mode: Roughly on par with the beast mode, maybe slightly worse-- overall a pretty good mode, but has a few definite downsides to it. For one, the way the lizard legs hang off right leg is just ugly-- I would have preferred if the legs had shifted onto the outside edge of the leg, then they could have passed for a gun holster or something like that. The asymmetrically-colored legs also look a little odd, and the shoulder plates are hollow on the top, so they don't look as solid as they should. I also think the face looks a little ugly-- it's very organic and too exaggerated in its proportions, and it doesn't really fit with his rather calm-looking face in beast mode. Reminds me of some of the uglier early BW faces. The claws on the back of his hands also prevent you from bending his elbows all the way. However, the positives of the robot mode are definitely big positives; for one, Wreckloose is one of the most articulated basics I've ever seen! He can move literally anywhere you can expect on a toy (with the exception of the fingers and mouth which are pretty much impossible at this scale, of course)-- ankle, waist, head, multiple knee and shoulder joints, they're all there. He can even bend his lower legs sideways (inwards) if you want him to pull off some ballerina moves! The only articulation point I can find that isn't really prevalent on the toy is outwards sideways movement of the legs, but that's a rather minor point. And the joints are all nice 'n tight, too, so you won't have to worry about floppiness for quite some time. His clawed shield-weapon also looks pretty good in its normal position on the back of his hand-- though an unusual (and very appreciated) feature is that the weapon can also store on his back when it's not in use! Some of the little details in this mode are also pretty cool, such as the multiple straps going across his legs, making him looks like he's ready to holster all sorts of things there, and the cobra head-like pattern on his chest. Overall, Wreckloose has a few downsides, but he has such great positives like super-articulation and nice proportions that they tend to drown those out. One of the better Jungle Planet toys-- recommended if you're a beast Transformers fan. 8/10.