Of course, with 3P masterpieces like Peru Kill UT, Firage AA (and other TF toys Movieverse in production), I can hardly define the MPM and Movie Studio Series "masterpieces"... especially if you evaluate some questionable design choices! From the official poster of MSS Megatron ROTF Voyager, I noticed this details in robot mode: the lower section of the leg is a piece of crawler discovered, and the foot is a section of crawler positioned horizontally... instead Megatron CGI, has the greave of the armor as a cover of the lower leg section, and the foot is formed by two sections of crawler arranged diagonally, forming a "V" reverse (plant and heel of the foot). The leg structure of the Voyager ROTF 2009 is the most correct. In alt mode, it lacks the characteristics four side blades of the CGI Cybertronian tank... the structure of the Voyager 2009 tank, for me, is the most complete and in line with the CGI tank, the only one also provided with the four side blades! Megatron ROTF Leader 2009, is only great in robot mode, especially with the 3P upgrade kits replacing the two arms... in tank mode, it is not correctly in line with the CGI tank: front tracks in horizontal position (instead of diagonally), hull structure too high, and without the four side blades. I wait for new photos of the robot and the tank, to evaluate other details that do not convince me! If this is the final project, then Hasbro/Takara has lost the opportunity to make a Megatron ROTF, more faithful to the CGI of the film, in both modes; at the moment for me, the best ROTF version produced so far is the Voyager 2009, where the structural aesthetics of robot and tank, provide an excellent compromise in comparison with the CGI of the film!