I apologize in advance for some of the pictures. Some are a little blurry because it's really hard to get good focus due to the fact the figure is so big, plus the fact that my collection of Bionicle parts doesn't serve as an adequate background. As far as I know this is the largest Lego Transformer ever made, measuring at about four feet long in Beast Mode and about three feet tall in Robot Mode. Gallery of nearly all photos, including transformation Robot Mode Beast Mode Size comparison with a teeny-tiny 6 1/2" Bionicle figure Yeah... The overall shape and transformation are based on Transmetal Megatron, however it's not supposed to represent that character. My original idea was to be some experiment created by the Decepticons to counter Grimlock but became a little too smart to be a brute. Aside from two liftarms in the hips which are temporarily removed to allow the waist to be rotated, it transforms pretty much the same way as the original toy (which I do not have, by the way. I watched many reviews, looked at pictures, and printed out the instructions so I could figure it out). I started this in January of this year and finished it up in mid-March for a Lego convention, and since I also had college I was a little pressed for time. There are only a few things I'm not happy with, mostly the Dinosaur neck, the thin areas of the robot arms and the upper legs, as well as the fact it can't stand on its own. But I guess I can't have everything, so I'm really happy how it turned out overall. A lot of the Lego convention attendees loved it and it was a big hit with the crowd on the public day. It's just a shame that it takes 15-20 minutes to transform. Unfortunately the wheels can't be folded out and stay there, and he can't hold the tail as a weapon because the whole thing falls over if I try. The turbines to fold out and spin, though, and I actually centered the whole model around those inverted treads. And here's me with my model (plus a smaller one) at the Lego Store: Thanks for looking!