I received my KO version of the Fansproject Protector Armor set today - ordered it from a new website to me, Toymoda.com, and the price was very good, the quality is perfectly fine - while I don't have the original set, I know good quality from bad. Speaking of bad quality, please excuse the photos. First off, the set comes in a KO of the Parallax box with the main part of the trailer in a clamshell bubble and the accessories in a joined blister pack under the bubble. The set comes with a KO of what appears to be the Shadow Scyther comic/instructions - the transfer isn't great, but clear enough to act as a vague guide. The accessories include a four part red version of the Shadow Scythe, with silver accents. This is a very nice piece, and a happy surprise as I was not originally expecting this, but found out later from the description of the KO set from another website. The accessories also include the little Targetmaster guy in all black with a red face, the gun extension, the front spoiler and two spoiler add-on fins, and two other things... 001 | Flickr - Photo Sharing! 002 | Flickr - Photo Sharing! I have no honest idea what the other two pieces are - they have two posts and are in black with white paint. They look like they might be add-on fists, but they don't work that way. So for now I'm ignoring them. Trailer: 003 | Flickr - Photo Sharing! The scythe, scout car, Classics Rodimus gun with extension, and targetmaster: 004 | Flickr - Photo Sharing! I had very little problem disassembling the trailor and clipping on the armor, everything went on with little problem - the arms, chest and head fit nice and snug. The leg armor fits pretty well once you clip it on just so, I had no problem with the leg armor staying closed. It kind of wants to fall off a bit, but once you hook the Rodimus leg onto the little tab on the inside part of the leg extension, it's just fine. The spoiler fins in yellow match my Classics Rodimus just fine. It all holds together nice and the hands can hold the Scythe and the Targetmaster, but for some reason they can't hold the original Rodimus gun with the extension - I wonder why? No matter, the extension fits into the trailer and the gun fits on the back as his rocket pack. 005 | Flickr - Photo Sharing! Two handed Scythe: 007 | Flickr - Photo Sharing! The rest of the trailer is left to form a Rodimus Prime style battle station with twin guns, a seat for the Targetmaster, and the scout car as a base. It's not too bad, looks okay and works as a place to put the extra pieces. It's kind of a cheat, but so was the City Commander's huge gun. 006 | Flickr - Photo Sharing! The quality of the plastic feels very good, not brittle or weak - the paint apps are not bad at all, though I suspect some are missing or different. The Protector head looks good with a decent face, usually the main trouble spot in a KO product. I would say that this KO feels more in line with the KO Battle Tanker set - high quality, maybe a couple of ticks lower than the original product, but nothing wrong with the fit, finish, durability or playability. It's easily better than the KO DIA Commander, which is a nice set but has some fit issues in the shoulders particularly. I am thoroughly pleased with the combination of my Classics Rodimus with this add-on set, it really does increase the poseability, weapons and play value, and turns him into a good version of Rodimus Prime. He's still for sale on several sites, so if you're considering getting this guy, I recommend him. Tim "toy geek"