I searched and didn't see a thread for this guy, so... I finally found Mudflap at Target yesterday, which means Skids is no longer alone on my DOTM shelf! Anyway, quick review: Mudflap is now also a Chevy Beat/Spark. Both cars had plenty of personality in ROTF, but I don't think DOTM Mudflap loses anything from the change. He is a completely new mold from Skids. Mudflap's stripes are very noticeably thicker than Skids'. Not sure if I prefer the wider or thinner stripes, but I do wish they were uniform. It should be noted that although both Twins are the same car, they do not have identical dimensions in alt mode - Skids is a little bit longer. Mechtech weapon is nice, but not very fitting for Mudflap. It's a flip out axe, but I would have preferred something more akin to Skids', or at least with colors that better match Mudflap (he has some of that grey on him, but it's only in his biceps and legs). Transformation is simple enough, and consists mostly of folding and hinging panels. The hinge that connects the hood and windshield to the body had a molding error which made it constantly pop off on mine, I had to shave a little plastic off, making it pretty lose but much better than before. The result is a short, pudgy bot; he's not nearly as pot-bellied, however, as photos might show. His proportions aren't the greatest, but he makes do. His legs certainly turned out better than on Skids, and he stands very solidly. His articulation is actually very impressive. His arms can go anywhere (plus, he has clip points on his shoulders), and sport a double hinge at the elbow. He has Mechtech ports on both arms, though I prefer to plug in his axe to the bigger arm. His backpack, while formed by the entire top of the car, folds up much nicer than you would expect. Here he is with Skids: And both Twins with deluxe Bee: If you have Skids, you are almost definitely planning on getting Mudflap anyway. It's hard to say whether he is better than Skids, both have some drawbacks and pluses. Mudflap definitely has better leg articulation and some nice detailing and paint all around. Skids' arms are a little too lanky and long, but his chest is slimmer. Mudflap does look good next to his brother, which is what really matters. Ultimately, if you want the Twins to fill your movie lineup, go ahead and pick them up. If you are just looking for the highest caliber of the line, there are many other places (deluxe Ratchet, Topspin, and Bee) to look first.