Got this little bugger today and thought I'd toss out some quick thoughts and some very crummy photos. Thoughts: As a handheld gaming device it's a little small, but that doesn't neccessarily make it unrealistic. I mean, people play games on cell phones and this thing isn't smaller than those. Aside from the size, it looks 'real' and holds together very well. The controller and buttons operate like real buttons, meaning you can push them in. The screenshot is sort of lame, but serviceable. I can't wait to make a Pong sticker for the screen. Transformation is very simple, yet still interesting and fun. It's got some interior gears so when you start tugging on something the whole works starts moving. It's pretty neat, but I'd like the toy just the same without the gimmick. It gets a little troublesome with the shoulders as you have to push them up really hard to click them into place in order for the head to rise all the way. Bot mode looks awesome and is articulated nicely. Shoulders, elbows, hands, ball hips, knees and neck. The head is attached by a regular peg with a very tiny ridge on it, so it's easy to slide on and off. This is excellent news for customizers who are thinking of putting a new head on. I was going to pop Daiperwave's head onto the body because it's the same scale and would look awesome, but it's too fat to slide into the chest cavity. VT6 has a pretty slim head, so finding a match may be difficult. Not that the original head is that terrible, it's fine aside from that ectoplasmic green face. The green eyes are cool, though, and the light piping is very bright. The bio for this guy is great: "As dangerous as he is slick looking, Power Up VT6 is a master of manipulation. Able to connect to any data source within range, he specializes in deleting important information. Few Decepticons are as frustrating to have around. Be careful when interacting with him; special receptors in his screen can scramble your brain right through your eyeballs." LOL Overall I like him quite a bit and he's the perfect size to slip into a small pocket and carry around with me so i can take him out when I my hands need a fiddle fix. Pics: Size comparison with Nintendo Game Cube Wavebird contoller Transformation... Still transforming... Front back Side Size comparison with Classics Bumblebee And shaking hands with cousin Soundwave If anyone has any pic requests I can try to post them.