First time reviewing so be gentle with my frail and delicate ego. iGear's first foray into updating classic G1 characters from scratch rather than their more dubious practices proves to be quite the success.. Very impressed with these two, more than I thought I would be. Alt modes are spot on likenesses with good colour choices. Spray is more successful in this mode, probably because a hovercraft is more interesting than a toy truck which the original Huffer toy was based on(pre Transformers). Rager could've done with having his hubcaps painted, and his wheels are very tight. Transformations are your simple 'unfold legs, pop out arms, flip down feet' but due to the size of the figures, simplicity is what works best. The resulting robot modes feature ball jointed heads, shoulders and elbows, ball jointed hips, a bend at the knee and in Spray's case, ball jointed ankles and waist. Spray comes with a more than apt harpoon gun, while Rager dual wields twin pistols. Nether weapon can be stored in alt mode, so don't lose them, eh? Ragers head is very difficult to move, despite being on a ball joint - the amount of space inside there isn't much to accomodate larger fingers. They have a great range of motion and are cracking updates of their original characters, going for a more cartoon accurate appearance while still being able to fit in with your Classics collection. Scale wise, they are bigger than I thought.. ..more Cyberverse Commander size than Legend, but the picture says more than a thousand words could. Either way, I have no problem with them joining my Classics shelf. Overall, money well spent. Get a reprolabel slapped on them and they're good to go kick Decepti-cans.