All right...this may sound strange, but to me, Jolt, in some ways, doesn't feel like he fits as snugly into the ROTF line as the other figures. Let me explain. The vehicle mode is nice enough, and works with the others, but the robot mode...no, it's not bad, and it's fairly good in terms of articulation and design(I'll be damned if I know how accurate it is to the CG model since we see so little of his robot mode and there apparently is no promo art of the character)...but some elements don't click with the movie aesthetic. For example, the way his roof's halves form his arms, and the fact that the inner arms themselves are a bit blocky...or the fact that his upper legs consist of the back part of the car window and the feet are formed from the halves of the rear bumper. What I'm saying is that the toy feels like it's from another toyline, such as Cybertron, but is trying to fit into ROTF desperately. I also noticed that proportionally, he's a bit off next to the other figures. I held one of my other Deluxes next to him for a comparison, and not only is Jolt's head a fair bit larger than most others, his upper torso is wider than usual, too. Maybe it's just me, but these elements of the toy just kind of threw me a bit.