Just got the above figure from TF Source. Having recently begun watching Transformers Victory, I was worried I might never be able to get my hands on a Star Saber figure for less than the price of selling my kidneys. So, when TF Source had their Summer Sale and a Robot Masters Victory Saber set, I had to get it, even if it is black with Decepticon symbols on it. Quick Aside: The reason for the Black Version with Decepticon symbols has NOTHING to do with it being Nemesis Saber or Black Saber or anything like that. According to Teletran-1 the Transformers Wiki, it was because Star Saber and Victory Leo were trying to infiltrate a Decepticon operation in the Middle East and so, disguised themselves as a Decepticon. Which sounds kind of odd to me. Like George Bush putting on a fake beard and wandering into Afghanistan claiming to be a Taliban. Oh no, we'll never recognize the SUPREME COMMANDER of our enemies just cause he slapped on a new paint job. Then again, this is the Victory Decepticons and if it was the Dino Force, you could probably fool them by wear a few leaves and the world TREE written across your chest in crayon and they'd buy it. Aside over... and man, not that quick of one, sorry. Anyway, the box is rather nice and the packaging is pretty standard. The set comes with Star Saber and Victory Leo plus a few weapons including guns for SS and VL, SS's sword and a big gun for their combined form: Victory Saber. The figures are about Deluxe size, maybe a tad bit smaller but well made and decent representations of the characters from the show (aside from coloration and markings). They transform rather well independently into a futuristic jet and a robot lion. There are a few complaints though. I really wish Star Saber's head was better concealed. He has a smaller robot inside of his chest that forms the bulk of his chest unit when in robot mode (he was originally a Brainmaster figure in the G1 line and this is as close as they could get to that in such a scaled-down version) with a tiny head and a larger head on his back that fits over the tiny one when converted. In jet mode, however, the head is obvious on his back as is the hinge that holds it in place. A minor complaint really. My second complaint relates to Victory Leo. In his Beast mode, his back section (which forms his legs in robot mode) does not peg together and tends to seperate easily. I wonder if there was some engineering reason for this or if it was a cost thing or just an oversight. I don't know but it seems a pretty big flaw in the figure. A minor quibble is that his robot face is visible from beneath his lion-head in robot mode but that's a little thing that doesn't bother me too much. Combined into Victory Saber, the figures look pretty cool. He's got some nice size to him, he's pretty tall and the wings on the back look great. His arms seem a bit short though, since they are only his Star Saber arms, expecially considering the extra inch or so you add to his feet with parts from Victory Leo. Still, for a relatively obscure (in the West) character that is hard to find, I would definitely suggest picking up this set. Especially if you can still get him on the Summer Sale for $35. All in all, a good figure and one I am glad to add to my collection. Now I just have to find some way to get a Deathsaurus.... Deszarus... whatever. Maybe they'll do an e-Hobby repaint of him in 'Autobot Disguise'.