JustiToys WST Communications Liaison (Blaster) Just got my WST Blaster, er, Communications Liaison. Here’s some quick thoughts (pics to come tonight): Good: Looks exactly like a tiny G1 Blaster. The quality and finish of the plastic is very good. Hips are ball/socket joints which means Blaster finally gets some leg movement. Legs slide out to the sides at the knees for a more proportioned look. Entire back is metal, as are the feet. Steeljaw is the same exact size as WST Ravage, and thus amazingly tiny (be very careful and slow while transforming him as the moving parts do come off easily) Bad: Grey part of the boombox handle, where it curves, had stress marks right out of the box. I encountered a problem immediately in the first step of transformation. The sliding handle was stuck and I could not get it to budge. After a couple minutes of gentle force, it finally freed up. This may be why the handle had stress marks right out of the box. Perhaps each figure get’s test-transformed? Another handle problem- possibly because of the bent/stressed handle, the thin side that is supposed to tuck neatly into his leg sticks out by a millimeter or so. It’s not too horrible, but it does look a bit shabby. LOOSENESS GALORE. Every moving part aside from the neck is loose. As in barely any friction at all loose. Thankfully the figure is so small and light that he can stand and hold up his gun without problems. Overall, I love this figure. Because of the proportions and movable hip joints I actually like it better than the G1 toy. He looks absolutely perfect with Soundwave and the rest of the WST figures. The looseness and handle problem are disappointing, but with a figure this tiny and slight I would treat it delicately anyway so it’s not much of an issue. The looseness can also be easily fixed as every joint is a ball/socket joint (except the elbows, which are simple posts and also very tight), so can therefore be coated with your ball-strengthener of choice. Pics later.