This is Perceptor in "car" mode, is it still a car if it has tracks? is it a tank? a Cant? I'll call it a Cant, as in "Can't understand why it's missing a load of paint aps" In cant mode it's got yllow front windscreens, and blue back windscreens, it's weird, and I'm hoping that a couple of washes, some panel-lining and drybrush work will make me like this mode better. In Robot mode Perceptor does look OK, the transformation is annoying and he's in desperate need of more paint. I've also got issues with his head, which I'll get to in a bit. The chrome is quite pleasing, the chest piece (which opens, a bit pointlessly), shoulder cannon and arm-knobs (tee hee) are just enough to set the figure off, especially in my collection where chromed parts are otherwise non existant. Perceptors only weapon is his shoulder canon, which has limited posibility, much like the figure. The head is on a swivel joint, and the arms are seemingly based on the Sideswipe/Sunstreaker model, so if you like them, you'll like these. I don't like those arms. The legs are troublesome, the ankle is on a ball joint, but the knee has a very limited range of movement, he's good at standing stoicly, but that's about it. In robot mode, I feel he needs more guns. So I'll work on that. The head, oh god the head. I can SEE what they were trying to do, the look they were aiming for, the serious scientist, but sadly the first impression I got was "special needs". Side by side Kup is slightly taller in Robot mode, but in Car/Cant modes they're roughly the same size. Here's War For Cybertron Megatron for scale comparison purposes.