Received Kre-O Starscream from Amazon today, and spent the better part of the evening putting him together into his jet mode. What follows is a brief overview of the process I went through tonight: Overview: The package itself comes with 316 pieces, not all of which were used for the construction of the jet. Two Kreons are included - a human pilot and Starscream himself. The pilot is meh - just a guy in a black flight suit, but the Starscream is very cool - down to the null rays you clip on his arms. I almost want to buy the two Primes to get Skywarp and Thundercracker...but I'll pray for blind packs rather than spend $100+ for two Kreons Pieces come separated into a few plastic bags that I ended up dumping out like I did with my Legos when I was a kid, and the instruction manual is very well done and very thick - over 60 steps to make the jet and the robot modes each! Pros: Love the Starscream Kreon, probably one of the best parts of the whole set. I like the jet mode as well, it has some nice details to it - a small heads up display and control sticks in the cockpit; the cockpit opens and closes; landing gear will fold up into the aircraft for when you want him flying around; on each side of the cockpit is the nametag "Starscream"; running lights. It's not an F-15, but it's a red, blue, and grey jet that resembles an F-15 so, good on them. Cons: STICKERS!!! AGHHHHH!!!! It comes with a sticker sheet - not what I wanted to see at age 40 with fat-finger syndrome Some of the stickers are quite small, and it can a challenge to try to get them just right. And once they get on a piece - they stick pretty good, so if you have to peel one off because you used the wrong piece on an earlier step (more on this later) - use an exacto knife or something else besides a fingernail to get it up, other wise the sticker will not look as nice as it did when you originally applied it. But the stickers do lend an extra bit of detail (such as the HUD in the cockpit and the name tags by the cockpit) so they're not terrible - but I'd rather I didn't have to apply them at all. I can also tell that it will take me a while to get this guy into robot mode because if I want to see that, I'll have to tear him all the way down then build him back up from scratch in the new mode. Finally, pay CAREFUL attention to the manual when it tells you what pieces you'll need for each step - most of the blocks in the set are either black, dark grey, or light grey. After a couple of hours, I was having to look two and three times to make sure of what color grey piece I needed - I ended up using a light grey piece for the HUD display (and applied a sticker on it) only to realize several steps later I was either short a piece or I should have used a similar dark grey piece. Some may not need to worry about this, but after a good bit of time spent looking at the manual and scrabbling for pieces, make sure you're getting the right pieces (BTW, the piece the HUD sticker applies to is DARK GREY). One last gripe - the head for the robot mode has blue eyes (despite the fact the robot on the front has red eyes). Now that I have Starscream together in jet mode, and I can sit back and appreciate him - I'm pleased with the result of my labors. He does look pretty good, and I love the Screamer Kreon. Recommendation: If you grew up with Legos, and you're a fan of Starscream - I say give this Kre-O a shot. No, it doesn't transform from jet to robot, but that doesn't bother me. I don't plan to transform him often, but I will take him to robot mode and then decide on which version I like best and then keep him there. I will probably buy at least one more Kre-O, possibly Jazz, later on down the road. Overall, a solid B+.