I just got BumbleBee today at Sears Essentials (what might have been K-Mart by you). He is awesome and is actually ALTERNATORS sized! Finally "the return of Alternators." - Not really, but he's close. BumbleBee's robot mode transforms to become larger than an Alternator, actually. However, the Sam Witwicky figure can fit perfectly in the driver's seat of any other Alternator and look like he belongs there. I compared the Camaro to the Alt Ravage and Alt Rumble. The car is shorter than Ravage's Jaguar, but longer than Rumble's Honda. It's probably perfectly fitting in that scale. There are not rubber tires or linked turning wheels though (as much as I wish there were). I paid $34 plus tax and thought it was well worth it. BumbleBee is sturdy, too - like Masterpiece Prime, you don't feel like you'll break him by playing with him and transforming him too much. Some of my Transformers I just handle really carefully and react to them as if they are really, really fragile. I think that instead I will really enjoy the Human Alliance assortment. Barricade and Frenzy are on deck, as is SideSwipe and Sgt. Epps, Mudflap and Arcee (together) with Mikaela. (It might be Skids and Arcee, I heard it would be one of the twins from a source I felt was trustworthy but which I can't remember for the life of me now). I think Sideways and Alice would make another great Decepticon set, and for a larger one, if Ironhide could be made with Lennox, that'd be great. I'd also want Skids (or Mudflap - whichever isn't on deck) and have him come with Simmons. For a final Decepticon that I can think of, Rampage could come out with a certain human he holds as a hostage but I won't post spoilers here.