No pictures yet... Maybe I'll take some later and start a thread. I figured you guys'd rather have info, though. If you want pics of anything, LMK. I've put MP3 functionality in with Alt mode, even though it works in both modes. Overall: This isn't even going to replace anyone's iPod Shuffle... Practically non-existent interface, no options, minimal storage and battery life... I hate to say it, but only Transformers fans could be roped into buying this guy. Box includes: -Soundwave -"Electric Launcher" - Shoulder weapon -"Wave Bluster" - Rifle -Headphones (Ear-Bud style) -4 extra fists (Right and Left Rifle-Grips, and Right and Left "touch-my-own-eject-button"s) -Tech Spec Card Specifications: -Can only play MP3 files -Can only use MiniSD Cards up to 1 GB -Audio Range: 60Hz ~ 16Hz -Bitrate: MP3: 128 kbps -Output: 2mW -Battery: Says something about a type 4 Alkali Battery, but the slot fits AAA Batteries. -Assuming the use of the above-mentioned Alkali Battery, the player will supposedly play for 6 hours. Alt Mode/MP3-Player Features: If I'm recalling Titanium Soundwave's size correctly, ML Soundy is maybe a little thicker. The transformation is essentially the same, right down to how his fists store. The major differences are the following: A) ML's alt mode feels and looks more solid - like an MP3 player that resembles Soundwave's alt mode rather than a mishmosh of parts that resemble an MP3 player. B) No place to store the extra fists or the weapons. C) 5 buttons on the front instead of three. D) ML Soundy is also, of course, lighter. The headphone jack is located on his right shoulder, and it's the jack you use to plug in his Electric Launcher in Robot Mode. If you press the eject button the cassette door opens, revealing a MiniSD slot. Somebody goofed and left a bunch of green circuit board exposed, but otherwise it's tasteful and well-done. Standard "push once to lock, push again to eject" functionality on the SD card. After inserting an SD card, you press the "play/pause" button for "2 seconds" to turn the MP3 player on. Once it's on, a blue LED will start flashing in the upper left-hand corner of the tape deck door. This light flashes slowly while music is playing and a little faster when paused. It's actually a little distracting. The playing, BTW, seems to waffle between "repeat" (IE, once the end of the playlist is reached the whole thing repeats) and "once through". Strangely, the tape deck door doesn't need to be closed for the player to work. Be careful not to blind yourself with the LED That, unfortunately, is about it for the Alt. Mode. The MP3 Player can skip forward and back, but can't fast forward or rewind. You can adjust the volume up and down, and it can get decently loud. Sound output seems pretty good - but that depends on the headphones I imagine... Robot Mode Transformation: - Slide back panel on top of player and head spring-launches into place. It doesn't stay up as well as I'd like... -Fold fists out from the bottom, unlock the wrists from the back and swing them out to the side. -Slide shins out to side and rotate them back and down. Fold down toes and heels. -Slide shoulders up and forward into final place. -Attach shoulder cannon. And you're done. I just did that while listening to music with no problems Robot mode: Articulated at the: -Shoulders (Forward, back, side to side) -Elbows (Rotational, forward and back until you hit straight position.) -Wrists (Rotational, in towards body) -Hips (Forward, back, side to side) -Knees (Back and forward to straight) -Toes/Heels (Each can fold up towards leg) -Head (Raised ball joint. All directions) Aside from some random "machiney" patterning, he's more or less bereft of detail. Still - doesn't look half back. Very simple and elegant. I just wish his head wasn't bobbly.... Fists suffer from Titanium Soundwave's problem - look like someone duct-taped a board onto the backs of their hands. Main body is a little think compared to the rest, but that's to be expected. Over-all, not THAT impressive. Should have been a big basic or a small deluxe. I guess the electronics cost a lot?