Aw yeah. According to the CD soundtracks I was listening to building him took a couple of hours last night (maybe 3), and by the time I was done my eyes were all bloodshot and strained from all the intense staring. This kit came in three boxes, 1 torso, the left arm/left leg and the right arm/right leg. Wach box had 4 or 5 sprues with all the bits on them. Instructions are the the reverse of the box, so take care opening the boxes, you don/t want to ruin the images. Sure you probably won't need the instructions but better safe than sorry right? Anyway the tools I needed for this was knife, nail file, toe nail clippers (for easy sprue removal), small scissors and superglue. Now while I'm no expert at Airfix/model kits, I'm not a novice either, but I did get a few things wrong with this fella. i) Some of the sprue connections are quite big. I sanded down a part I couldn't quite clip off with the nail clippers with a nail file, but ended up scratching and damaging more than if I just persevered with the nail clippers. Its the hatch on his left shoulder, its not really noticable but really, I shouldn't have made that bonehead mistake in the first place. You can see what I'm talking about in the second picture just above Microglides wing. ii) Max's left arm hatch thing (the red thing on his wrist) was snapped on the sprue. I 'think' I may have damaged it when I was separating the sprues from each other but I was all 'OMG SHIT!' Anyway, strategic superglue and its sound, but there's a slight distortion to it now, which can see in the 4th picture. If you look really closely you can see an extra warp or line thats not on the right arms hatch. iii) His right fist was oh so slightly too big for its position, but rather than sand it down slightly I thought I would just force it. Stupid stupid boy. Sure it popped in but caused MASSIVE stress marks on the back end of his wrist. The arm went straight into boiling water to alleviate the stress marks and its 75% better than it was, but some stress is visible. Doesn't seem to affect the toy at all though. Just fuggin' annoying that I did such a bonehead thing, which could have been a lot worse. Anyway apart from those three assembly went off without a hitch. Critisms, the labels are kinda poop, there's not enough of them and they're lower detail than the originals. His face label is one whole label, that ruins his face a bit, Max has a fully scupted face but the label covers all of it. Ideally only his eyes should be stickered so you can see the detail. If Reprolabels do a full set of labels based off the 80's toy I'll be on them in a FLASH. But yeah, all in all I'm very impressed with this. In city mode he's got a activated ramp tilt in his central bay, put Microcharger in there, press the lever and out he slides! Max also has a spring loaded launcher on one of the ramps, put its really too powerful for any of the Microbots, they just get blasted away. One thing though, in city mode the central bay can swing right up and over revealing the inside of the base, I can't see what its for or any G1 Fort Maxes that do this. Its not in the intructions either, it just 'is'. Why does it do this? I should really have taken a picture of it but y'know. I'm an ass.