Searched and didnt see a thread started for this guy so figured I'd get teh ball rolling. Picked this guy up yesterday (along with Mirage) and figured I'd share some thoughts. For a building block Transformer, this guys is pretty fantastic. Every joint is a ball joint, and he has them where you expect them to be. Neck, Shoulders, elbows, swivel wrists, hips, knees and ankles. The only issue I have with mine is the hips are really loose, there's a lot of weight on them so it's not exactly something that switching the joints out with another pair would fix. The smooth polished surfaces of my coffee tables doesn't help matters as he likes to do the split pretty often. For reference, he's about Leader Class in height. Truck mode is really impressive. He has a nice chunky beef about him that's very satisfying to hold and roll on the table. Ultimately with this line I think the Vehicles modes are going to outshine the robot modes, as I could easily see myself having a shelf just for Kre-O Vehicles. I also can't stop myself from fiddling with the Kreons. It's amazing what an improvement like ball jointed shoulder and hips can do to make these way more fun than the LEGO Minifigs. It's also nice that this set comes with some accessories for the who gives a crap human Kreons. A pistol, Machine Gun, Sniper Rifle, Handcuffs, Toolbox, and Walkie Talkie are all included on a separate sprue. Almost overkill for the little "PoliceMan" and "Specialist" to use. If the copyright posted on the front page does indeed hint at a Kre-O show on the HUB, I can see this translating as some sort of Super Robot show with the Kreons piloting these transforming building-block mech-suits. I'll get some photos of vehicle mode after I've disassembled and reassembled him again (about an hour of assembly for each mode). I can see why the refiews so far have been for one mode only, it takes awhile! Overall, I'm happy with these things, and I will definitely be tracking down Starscream, Sentinel, Optimus w/ Trailer, and Sideswipe (and please announce Soundwave with Frenzy/Rumble Kreons!) I will say though, that with a play pattern built around rebuilding these things in different modes, it'd be nice if they had developed a tool to easily separate two flat bricks, as that's about 90% of these kits' construction.