I wasn't at SDCC, since I was at a different con in California the previous weekend, and I didn't feel like driving 21 hours to get there again. I didn, however, get one off eBay, and it arrived today! Packaging: Skywarp comes in a little plastic baggie. Inside the bag is instructions for his transformation, a Speed planet map (I wish it had come with an Earth one), a second bag with the exclusive Force Chip, and of course the figure itself. As I pulled out Skywarp, two very strong thoughts ran through my head simultaneously: 1. Holy frick! This guy is so cool! 2. Holy frick! This guy is so cute! Yup, miniature is the deal with this guy. With a 3" head height and 3.625" overall height, this guy is tiny. As a result of his small size, there are, of course, changes that need to be made from the larger size figures. No Force Chip gimmicks, and no elbow movement, though all other joints are basically the same or better. The most notable changes to the transformation are his tail does not fold, and instead now rotates out of the way, (or you can leave it up for a more WWI look) and the hips need to be rotated 180˚ to transform the legs. His joints are nice and tight, and can easily support his diminutive weight. In terms of colors, Skywarp is predominantly black, purple, and silver, remaining truer to his G1 scheme than Starscream is to his. He also has a gold painted cockpit, and red shoulder missiles, making it look extremely cool overall. Skywarp comes with the same weapons as the LOC Starscream, a blade on his right arm, and a gun on his left. He can do some pretty cool arm poses, since his shoulder is a ball-joint, and actually has a better range of movement than either GF Starscream or Supreme Starscream. So far my biggest beef with him has been that his head is nestled in between his shoulder missiles, and the space is so small, I can't hardly get my fingers in to move it. The other thing that he comes with is a black Autobot Force Chip. It's pretty cool looking, molded in black plastic with only the Autobot symbol painted. I'll probably give it to the Cybertron VP I'm going to paint up in black with red. Overall, I feel it was $17 well spent. Click the image for more pics!!