Thanks to good location, luck, and a very helpful stock manager at TRU (who actually stashed a Prime Bulkhead for me in the warehouse during Xmas madness) - I've managed to collect the six Prime figures out in North America so far. (not including the entertainment pack, not interested at all personally)... I saw someone a lot of questions in a Blukhead pics thread that i thought maybe i oul help answer. I also ont really have a good setup for quality pics, sorry... sneak peek fall 2012 TFP PONYTRON joins the Autobot cause: Head-on Autobots slight angle The Death of Optimus Prime (setup fail!) Starscream in the Spotlight Groups with Starscream - trying to squat Arcee down to make her not so tall.... 4 deluxes side-by-side Starscream is the only model that can really look up, like, at all.... dont cry B, you'll get your voice back, its only been 4 million years. Bumblebee - just a point of note. i find his naturallooking poses somewhat limited to boxing stances, which look good, but shooting his guns poses seem kind of awkward- that being said- the forearm can rotate separately from the elbow : centered inwards outwards --note the elbow joint isn't moved between those shots A shot of Arcee's weapons on her legs instead of forearms (whih i think looks better fordisplay personally) Slight Variation on transforming Cliffjumper -i slot the little tabs that make up the front corners of the ar so that they are still visible from the front of the model- the instructions would have you tuck them away completely. I think this makes the model look better at the waist (Cliff is sort of gorilla-ish-his arms are long, anyways.. minor transformation variation: instructions - me - ALSO- i dont think the second mold cliffjumper has the hand cannons, he just has a stupid club thing, but no awesome hand cannons.... they're awesome point of note- his feet can swing to hide along either panel of his legs during trans toaltmode- make sure they end up beside his head Starscream - little transformation pointer- in four steps 1. 2. 3. Aim for the holes! 4. CLICK - o yea... then the head swings down into the gap in the front. Bulkhead - such a great model- a little top heavy and can be limiting to posing, also- CAN NOT MOVE HEAD more than a little- this means that bulky will perpetually be sort looking down at least a little bit- if you try to overcompensate at the waist he tends to fall over... at the back keep an eye out for the tabs insert tab NOW! Macross Bulkhead Macross Bulk Headon The instruction confused me here - the picture is somewhat unclear (admittedly i was pretty excited at the time...) - but you have ot make sure the legs go are tabbed togetherwithout the little gray jockstrap piece being left underneath- otherwise Bulkhead wont come together in the front. meh- in pictures... what i cant explain well in words note the grey codpiece unfolding (icky) bring the legs around the codpiece before tabbing them together should look like this from the bottom note the two tabs above the wheelwell-the one on the left is going to insert into the hood, whilethe one on the right is going to cover the gap at the ege of the hood.... push with your thumb et voila Altmode Groups shots topdown- aft piggyback! (starscream actually sits well enough on bulk that you can push him around gently and stars will stay put) back detail with flash - Proof that Beast Wars is better All you Primes are belong to me hope that helps some people. i feel like a bit of a jackass reading all the people not from eastern canada wondering if there orders are still going to happen and stuff... dont hate. edit - and my spelling and improper use of there is staying- its late! goodnight!