I was going to leave a feedback comment in his thread... but was surprised that I couldnt find one.... So, here it is. Jetblade is a repaint of RotF Dirge. Alt Mode He is clearly inspired by a Harrier, but seems to be a cartoony version. The entire jet seems exaggerated a bit, and stylised. He works in this mode quite well, but wont fool anyone that he is a 'real' aircraft. There are some bits of kibble in this mode, like hip sections hung under the wings and a false cockpit underslung, and he doesnt have clean lines, but its not too bad. I would have liked support legs on the end of the wings. Robot Mode The robot mode is certainly different. First, the obvious. He has an aircraft nose and cockpit as his right arm. This really puts some people off, but it has grown on me a bit and really isnt as bad in reality as it looks. Probably the biggest complaint that I have about him is due to him being a Seeker repaint. As Jetblade, he has no need for a pointless small, additional and false cockpit on his chest. Transformation This is where he shines for me. The transformation is very interesting and unique. He is one of those figures where you look at the jet mode and try to work out exactly where the robot parts are, then unclip a panel to check that you are right. I found the transformation fun and rewarding. Deco/Colours In baby blue and purple, he looks more like an Autobot to me. But, the colours are well placed and well chosen. He is coherent without being boring. Features and Gimmicks He has twisty nipples. It doesnt detract from the figure, and kind of works, but isnt really a selling point. Conclusion Rating: £12 (I am starting to rate figures based on the maximum price I would pay in the store and feel that it was worth it.) Jetblade is a figure for those who like to mess with their figures. He is not great as a display piece, but an interesting transformation makes him a worthwhile purchase to me.