No pics yet, but I got mine yesterday and here's the rundown. $85 shipped from KOtoys (minus the giftset box). I only have an original Hot Spot as far as comparisons go, so I'll have to use him to compare (when I take pics). I got mine minus the box so I can't say much about the packaging. The molding is dead-on. The plastic feels a little thinner here and there than the original, but it's not really noticeable. I don't know how they could have gotten it so spot-on without using the original mold - maybe they did? No idea. The plastic is nice, color matching is great. Metal chests - awesome. Look great and painted very well. There was a couple small chips on Blade's chest. Touched up easily. Paint is very good. There was a little overspray on Streetwise's back window, but I was able to easily fix that. There were a few flecks of paint here and there on all of them, but they were also easy to fix. Stickers are decent, the only problem with them is that some weren't cut completely through to the adhesive. Also not a big deal, easy fix with a sharp blade. It comes with rub symbols that you apply yourself, very nice and work well. The biggest flaw I found (and it's a strange one) was on Groove. In bike mode he has a pin with a head that holds together the part above the back wheel on the original, but on this one the pin didn't have a head - the pin head was just a plastic plug molded to look like it. Even the crappy red Defensor KO has the correct pin there, so this was odd. Since the pin doesn't have a head, the back of the bike didn't want to stay together. Not a problem, I just glued it and it works fine now, but it's still very odd. The set as a whole is just as good as most official reissues I have gotten. If you want a shiny new Defensor and don't care under what banner it was produced, this is a wonderful (and pretty much only other than spending $100s of dollars) option. Good stuff.