Picked these up today, and I'm sorry to report that the modern combiner precedent of the aerialbots being shafted continues. The central Skyburst figure is very reminiscent of the combiner Universe/RotF Silverbolt (and thus Energon Stormjet) in the way it looks in both modes. It's smaller and has a very simple transformation, and doesn't plug together particularly well. However I'm sounding a bit harsh, it's better than I"m giving it credit for so far. Jet mode is sleek looking but rather chunky, and like the Energon combiner mold the combination torso mode looks nice but isn't solid at all. The legs could really have done with somewhere to lock in. The (camera) left arm, according to the packaging, is a white jet with an AWACS style disc on the back. It looks sort of A10 ish but with no jet engines on the back. It has what I'd describe as a daunting amount of guns. The limb mode is pretty good - the wings fold straight up and then flip down, with fingers molded into the underside of the wings. There's a really nice paint wash effect on the fingers and underside of the wings. It looks nice, but as with all the limb modes it looks very chunky in vehicle mode. The right arm is a yellow transport chopper. The connection port is on the nose of the chopper, with the front end forming the shoulder and the rear end folding down into an arm, with the tail being a posable claw/thumb thing. The left leg is some kind of attack helicopter. Mostly in spirit really, as this is very much a points for trying vehicle mode. It is extremely chunky, and to be honest it doesnt really provide that good a limb mode either. Definitely the weakest limb. The final limb is a very G1 Ramjet looking fighter plane that does a decent amount of transforming when plugged in. The combined mode isn't very stable. The force you need to plug everything in usually causes the torso to become unlatched, and the fighter jet leg has such a tight mechanism that I had to hold it in the transformed position to slide it into place. The positioning of the legs, and the inadequacy of the feet (did I mention that the feet weren't all that effective?) means you have to pose him in sort of a hunched over position. It looks nice though, and the arms are quite nice. To be honest I wasn't really that impressed with this. Maybe that's because I got the Combaticons at the same time, and they're a really nice set. Overall I'd give it 6/10. Locally here it goes for less than a voyager, and to be completely honest I've had voyagers that I've had less fun tinkering with.