It's honestly silly to me how well this worked on every level. I thought this was gonna be some awful disaster and somehow both the changes to the structure, combined mode, and head resculpt turned out pretty well. If I had seen how well this would work out, I think I honestly would have taken the time to do it more intricately. Bit too late now, but nonetheless it's given me ideas for other projects in the future. Process was simple; - Took a PotP Cutthroat and removed the legs at the hip joints. Sanded the hip joints slightly on top to scrap less often. - Replaced the legs from the hips down with Transmetal Rattrap legs. They just barely fit on the hip swivel joints. - Attached TM rattrap beast mode back feet to the back of the robot legs. - Removed beast mode head horn and covered with contour putty. Did not yet discover the glory of JUST SANDING IT AFTERWORDS, so pardon that. - Chopped, sanded, and then added contour putty in one single mass drop to the robot head to try and get as smooth a sphere shape as possible for the visor. - Built an entirely new tail section that attaches to the back of the robot waist for both modes. Spins around for robot mode accuracy...Or most importantly; - Has a built in 5mm port and is built out of the hind section of TM rattrap, meaning it attaches to the bottom of the heels still. Tail feathers from a BW Combiner Silverbolt. All this means that despite new legs it still can form a functional arm. You could have a makeshift leg, but I couldn't find a way that didn't look awkward. Robot Mode: Beast Mode: Arm Mode: This was originally going to replace my "Masterpiece" airazor since it's roughly the same size as Generations Rattrap. But while working on this, I realized what I want to make my actual MP Airazor mk2. Now I just have to clear through enough of my backlog to have time for it.