Well, I've managed accomplish something quite difficult: Make Jumpstarter Twin Twist even lamer. After removing all of his stickers, I gutted his "complicated" internals, replaced his worn-out pullback motor with one from a newer Choro Q (aka Penny Racer). But most significantly, I purposely nixed the mechanism that gives a Jumpstarter its gimmick of all gimmicks. Now here's where the "lamer" claim comes into play: You have to MANUALLY transform him between his robot and drill tank mode, which is made possible via another product that arguably took off in the 80s...velcro. I believe this now makes my Twin Twist the first G1 figure in need of a body wax. To explain why I even bothered with such a worthless project, I simply figured my 3-year-old boy would get a kick out of an overly simplified Transformer that now hauls ass all the way across the floor, and transforming it is as simple as 1, 2...uh well, I guess just 1. Again, sorry for subjecting you all to such lameness. UPDATE Today I went out and purchased some super magnets, bored holes in Twin Twist's chest and leg, and through trial and error (read: more error) now he no longer needs to feel self conscious about "body fuzz." I'm quite pleased with the result and hopefully my little boy will be too.