Got him out of curiosity. He is available in the local TRU here in Malaysia. I stumbled upon them by chance. Anyways, here are my first impressions:- 1) The plastic feels tacky, very cheap feeling. 2) The transformation is very simple 3) The articulation is there but feels lacking. In addition, the shoulders do not really peg into place. It just hangs there. Posing him is actually a chore. Alt mode looks okay, very Cybertronian. Transformation Split the back arms Untab all the pegs, swivel the arms around. Straighten the legs by bringing it to a full 90 degree and you are pretty much done Articulation is there, however the articulation on the legs leaves much to be desired. There is thigh and knee swivel, but hampered by additional plastic at the back of the thigh. The head is on a ball joint. Unfortunately there is NO ankle tilt, so posing him in dynamic stances can be a challange. His gun is puny compared to the RTS version of himself There is bicep swivel, but unlike the RTS version there is no double jointed elbow. So in conclusion? Compared to the RTS version, this figure feels lacking and very cheaply done in terms of plastic quality. Here is a comparison pic with RTS Jazz (a commissioned piece for a friend) But he is a good representation of Jazz in Cybertronian form. You will either like him or loathe him. Addendum - the arm/shoulder panels tab into a groove, hence making the shoulder panels solid and non-floppy. Apologies for missing this step out.