iGear's Shark Attack Squad comes in a VERY big box. The figures and accessories are securely held in place by a plastic insert. The three figures have different colored chest details and faces. "Quint" has a light blue chest detail. His left eye is scarred and has red light piping in the socket. His mouth is open in a grimace. "Brody" has the most "normal" face, with just a frown. His chest detailing is red. Finally, we have "Hooper," who has a scar on the right side of his face, but his eyes are intact. Like Quint, he is also sporting an open mouthed snarl. Hooper's chest detailing is blue. Each figure has his own stat card, but all have the same stats. Each figure comes with a light-blue mace and two gray blasters. In bot mode, compared to UT's Sharkies, these iGear Sharks have "better" (i.e., less distorted) body proportions and are slightly taller. The iGear Sharks have universal (at the hips) and swivel joints that are considerably tighter than the ball joints on the UT Sharkies. iGear Sharks also have a combination ball and pivot joint on the feet which, combined with amply long heels, give the figues better balance and stability. One notable negative feature of bot mode are the hollow calves seen from the back. Transformation to alt-mode is basic, with the lower legs just folding up on the torso and plugging the mace on the back section. The iGear Shark's alt mode is taller but narrower than UT's. Instead of gold, the Shark eyes are made of translucent yellow plastic. One gun can peg onto shark mode. Overall, compared the UT's offering, these iGear Sharks are more solidly built--the minor difference in size belies the significant different in heft and weight that you'll feel once you have the figures in hand. The iGear Sharks don't have the hollow feel that the UT Sharkies have and some fans complained of. Finally, iGear Sharks do not suffer from the issues that UT Sharkies have--loose horns, misaligned halves, loose joints. Currently, iGear Sharks are more expensive than UT Sharkies by $10 per figure. I feel that the higher price tag is justified, though, given the following improvements: - No issues found on UT Sharkies - More solid build (feel and heft) - Tighter joints - Better proportions - Better balance and stability To end, I recommend these figures 100%, especially if you have not yet purchased a modern version of the character. If you're choosing between these and UT Sharkies, get these, they're well worth the higher price tag. *** Coincidentally, I have decided to sell two (2) of the three figures that you see here. $48 shipped for one, $89 for two. You can choose which among Quint, Brody, or Hooper you want to get. If interested, please send me a PM. Thanks for looking!