Got this today from Daelite's store. I'd heard bad things about KOLD's earlier releases, but this guy seems pretty good to me. The plastic quality feels almost exactly the same as a Hasbro release. Some of the moving parts (like the kibble that folds down the sides of his shins) are a little floppier, though not excessively so, and all the joints that are actually part of the robot's articulation are good, except the neck. It's very bobbly, though this might just be mine. The ratchet joints in the elbows are less ratchety, but still strong enough to hold his arms up. Actually, his shoulders are more firm than my real Nemesis Prime, whos arms frequently droop when I put his windvane cannon in his hand. I don't have a real SG Prime to compare it to (obviously, or I wouldnt have bought this), and I've never seen one in person, so all I have to go by are internet pictures. I don't know how much lighting affects the pictures I've seen, but the shade of purple looks different to me. The internet pictures are consistently a cool, blue-tinted shade of purple, whereas the guy in my hand is a darker, more magenta purple. Again, I don't know if this is lighting or not. If you're afraid of being duped by this when you're looking for a real one, there's no way. Not only does he have the extra "crack" on his left window, but the figure's subtle paint differences really add up. As I said before, the plastic color looks different, though I can't confirm that. But I can confirm that the paint aps aren't exact copies. Obviously, they didn't have access to FP's paint masks and color charts, so they're just sort of doing guesswork, I guess. On the thighs of the real SG Prime, the silver paint is very scuffed and weathered. On this one, it's just sort of smoothly applied. The little silver dings and knicks on his forearms and torso are different too; not a single one of them seems to be in the same area or shaped the same. The paint on his shoulders seems to be different too; judging from Seibertron's pictures, the little lines on the end of his shoulders seem to only paint the middle, but on this KO, the whole thing is painted. I could be wrong about that, but that's how it looks to me. This guy is sort of a win-win. Like I just said, if you want an original, you won't get tricked by this guy. On the other hand, if you don't care about an original and just like the color scheme, then you'll be happy with this guy cos his quality is up to par. No down side to either camp. I'll take some pictures later, I gotta get to class soon.