To begin: This thread is worthless without pics yadda yadda yadda. To continue: This guy rocks. So far these Marvel Crossovers are a total 180 from the Starwars crossovers. In general, they seem to avoid the embarrassing engineering oversights and material problems that their SW cousins have. More specifically, Fantastic 4 Fire Jet Man Guy is a toy HasTak's "A" team would be proud of. So what's good here? First of all, Fire Guy turns into a "not an F-22 wink wink". A "not an F-22 wink wink" on FIRE! That's just cool any way you slice it. And he does it well. Jetformer toys have traditional pitfalls that Fantastic Fire Guy Man largely avoides such as: *Jet nose does not become a comically large robo-wang *Robot mode avoids the wing backpack and can therefore enter doors and move around a crowded subway *Jet mode is really a jet mode and not a "robot hang gliding with a jet" mode * Jet mode can be viewed from angles other than straight down from the top and still be in the ballpark of "jet shape" Not to say the jet is perfect. Due to the 'bot arms there really isn't enough wing area to make me believe this thing could get off the ground. But at least the arms integrate nicely into the fuselage instead of the usual "Look at me, I'm arms!". In all the alt mode rocks. Did I mention it's a "not an F-22 wink wink" on FIRE? Freakin' awesome. The deco is great. Fantastic Fire Jet Man Guy pulls off Sunstorm better than Sunstorm. Most of the toy, even the wings and jet nose, is molded in translucent pearl-like plastic as seen on some Beast Wars bugs. Spray apps complete the fire look. This is one of the few toys that doesn't make me reach for my paint brush. The one knock against the aesthetic is the robot face. He looks like a tool. But from what I gather from the Fantastic 4 fiction, Fantastic Fire Man Guy actually is kind of a tool so whatever. 'Bot mode does not disappoint. You've seen the pictures, so you know what he looks like. Hip ratchets actually stop in useful positions. Horrah! The waist doesn't peg in at all so nothing more than gravity keeps him together. Boooooo!!!!!! Odd since the pelvis has a hole to accept a peg but no peg appears on the torso. Oops. Pretend you didn't hear that so my original statement about embarrassing engineering oversights can still stand. Bottom line: GET THIS GUY! Jetformers rarely come out better than this.