I got my Encore Omega Supreme today and have spent the afternoon playing with it while the GF researches a Las Vegas vacation for us. Here’s my first impressions: The biggest new feature is Omega’s face sculpt. As you see, it’s the same face shield as before, just the eye sockets and bridge of a nose are built up with new plastic under the shield. The packaging is the same style as the Hasbro edition from 1985, replacing the Styrofoam with a two-piece plastic shell reinforced with cardboard around the perimeter, as was used for Encore Sky Lynx. His main Autobot symbol is a tampo. Very nicely done, especially since the chest piece retracts under the gray neck piece in tank mode. Although the Encore box uses the original Hasbro art and “moon base” photos (which I now strongly suspect were taken in cat litter), all of the other Photos of Omega are new, to show the new half-face. He still takes 2 AA batteries. Omega rolls around his track great! The 1985 battle scene on the back remains, but it has been shrunk down to make room for the transformation photos. But now the entire painting is visible. The on/off switch is still in English, but now it’s a tampo, not a sticker. The copyright on the bottom of my Hasbro Omega is different here. The vintage one reads, “1985 U.S. COPYRIGHT BY HASBRO BRADLEY, INC. My original Omega has the Toybox logo here and “PAT. P. TOYBOX CORP” in place of this. More photos in the next post!