After many, many broken and empty promises, I finally present a picture review of Perfect Effect's PE-02 and PX-01! First up, I apologize for the stove-top background, my house is unfortunately bereft of open, flat surfaces and for the overall quality of the pictures. Onward! Shadow Demolitions is a straight repaint of the earlier PE-01 Shadow Warrior. The yellow paint applications on Warrior have been replaced with bright red for Demo and visually, the differences stop there. For a while, I wondered whether or not Demo was a new molding from Warrior, or if the Demo figures were just made from existing stock, but after some extended play... I feel with some certainty that Demo was cast after PE-01 had already been made. Demo's neck joint is quite a bit looser than Warrior's and coupled with the stumpy 5mm peg that joint uses in alternate mode; its been more than a little frustrating pegging him onto other figures, with and without the use of the peg extender/trigger. That same joint has only become looser the more I've transformed the figure... at present, the slightest force causes his neck to slip down into the figure's chest, which is a bummer. Mold degradation? Further... and I didn't realize this until today, but at least my version of the little guy seems completely incapable of wielding any of his weapons in his left hand or slung under his left arm. Possibly from excess paint use when detailing the figure, but I was unable to peg either of the hand guns into the fist or attaching the gatling gun/pile driver into his arm. Another bummer. However, he still looks quite nice when paired with PE-01 and Shadow Commander Nemesis Prime and loose neck joint aside, the figure still functions as intended in targetmaster mode... though attaching him to other figures can be a trial in of itself. I know a lot of folks only wanted to see Pefect Effect produce Rumble and Frenzy from this mold, without much consideration for Shadow Warrior or Shadow Demolitions. But I really applaud them for trying to kick out some(what) original looking bots from Rumble and Frenzy's visage. That being said, I'm kind've a financially reckless nut and can't imagine there're many folks looking for four versions of this toy, especially when two of them are extremely similar. I love Perfect Effect and most of their crazy, tiny creations (no thanks, King Bat) but unless you want a slightly different looking Shadow Warrior or having a burning, insatiable need to stick Shadow Commander's BFG to his back, I'd say your money is better spent elsewhere. Check the following post for details on the PX-01 Shadow Pack!