For those of you who don’t want to spend a lot of $$ for the Cliffjumper upgrade, here’s a less expensive alternative that that will make Cliffjumper more distinct from BB. I moved the spoiler down and back to give him more of a Subaru WRX look. The spoiler should fit very nicely, but if you want a perfect adaptation of the plastic, slight heat the base of the spoiler before fitting it on. It’ll stay in place with plastic fusion or superglue. For the headlights, I wanted to experiment with clear acrylic resin. I removed the old plastic covers and glued on chrome jewelry pieces (Michaels) to make the lights. I added the clear resin (wait until it sets to a very viscous state before applying) over the chrome lights to make the headlights cover. Some mistakes that I made not shaping the resin as it cures. I had to trim off some excess on the right head cover and even after a series of ultra fine buffing, it isn’t as transparent as the left cover. I also forgot to paint the base of the headlight socket silver or chrome. This would have looked more realistic like Alternators. I wasn’t a big fan of the silver flames and also thought that his red was a little pale. I chose Testor’s Racing Red (I think it’s actually called Home Depot Red #21 available at RC hobby stores). The gloss coating makes it hard for me to photograph correctly. The grills and air vents were painted black with a drybrush of silver to bring out the details. I was pleasantly surprise by the level of detail in this Hasbro sculpt and spending a few minutes with base coat and drybrushing really adds to this figure. I wanted to stay faithful to Cliffjumper’s original color scheme. Chromes wheels were recently added by leafing (I need to take an update car mode). I made his face less round with sharper angles. I removed some of the details on the top of the helmet and made it more round with an epoxy resin called magic sculpt. The hands, shoulder and thighs were repainted with a black basecoat with silver drybrush to bring out the details of Hasbro's sculpt. I kinda regret is not painting the forearm silver or pewter (more G1-ish). The gun is from a KO mini-Metroplex model kit. Any suggestions or feedback is appreciated. Thanks.