This is my first review so I'll try to make it as well done as possible... TRNS-01 Function Valkyrie by Impossible Toys is the latest installment of fan produced Transformer toys that Hasbro has yet to release to the public. Let it be known, these are Fan produced figures and should be in all ways counted as bootleg materials and not endorsed or sanctioned by Hasbro or Takara/Tomy. Function Valkyrie or as we all see her as, Arcee, is a pleasent yet bitter representation of the G1 esque styling we've all known and loved of the character. THE BOX: The figure comes in a very Generations One styled box with the labeling of TRNS-01 Transitional Robot Nueral Soldier 01 Function Valkyrie. The box shows a quick transformation like set up on the top, with the side panels being that of Robot mode and Vehicle mode. The back displays Function Valkyrie scowling as a tenticle like creature approaches her in deep space (....Yep, A Quinteson!) Along with the box's back drawing panel is a status rank for Strength, Intelligence, Speed, Endurance, Rank, Courage, Firepower and Skill all of course being a nod over to how Hasbro did things back in the day. The boxes size is rather small, very comparable in length and height nearly to an iTouch or iPod. Almost the size of Deluxe class NEST Brawn. The front of the box displays a clear platic window for a view of Valkyrie in Vehicle mode. THE CONTENTS: Contents are 3 items: 1) The figure, Valkyrie 2) Plastic clear casing she comes in completely protects her from dust 3) Instruction contents which are very reminiscent of old G1/G2 styling. THE INSTRUCTIONS: Instructions are simple to follow with 7 easy steps which mainly just tell you how to fold Valkyrie into and out from vehicle mode to robot mode. She's very simple to transform even without the instructions. THE FIGURE: The figure is almost a comparible size in robot mode to Deluxe class figures, but can also get fairly close in size to Scouts. Infact you could say that her Vehicle mode would fit rather will with the scout class but her robot mode due to her folding would put her in a good size with Deluxe class figures. For example, Her vehicle form is much smaller in appearance than Animated Arcee. Yet she's almost as tall as Animated Arcee in robot mode. Robot Mode Pose ability: Is rather lacking. She has very little head rotation, a little bit of an angle at side to side, her knees can bend nearly to a 90 degree angle, but her ankles have no rotation, but can bend downward for vehicle form. Her shoulders can rotate 360 around, and then rise from the side almost perfectly up. Her biceps carry a 360 degree rotation but do seem rather loose. I suggest giving her just a tight little fix using a small phillips screw driver. her waist and torso are not movable but her legs at the hips can move putting her in a classic Arcee sitting position. She DOES have trouble standing though, so I suggest putting her either in the corner of your shelf or have something not so noticeable giving her balance. Vehicle Mode: Her vehicle mode is very G1 inspired, and does carry a good deal of detail, she has a blue tinted windshield and black seats but no detail of a dash board or steering wheel. her wheels are a real lack luster as they're cheap pieces of black plastic with no detail but they do roll.....poorly. OVERALL: Impossible toys did make a fairly decent toy, but the quality issues remain as mine carries a couple of smudges on her pink body, lack of vehicle form detail such as at least a dash board or steering wheel they had the room to do THAT much, loose limbs, lack of the ability to stand properly or give it better articulation. The price is far to high when you're simply better off paying for an Animated Arcee toy for 12-30 dollars, and giving her the proper paint job! Impossible toys, in my opinion, you failed on this one, just a bit. I got a toy to clean up now. Fanprojects seems to own you I think.