Picked up the RR Frenzy the other day and with some urging from Jarodimus to post some pics and feedback, here goes: In package: With others for comparison: Solo:head moves 360 degrees, shoulders only go up and down, his elbows only allow him to put his arms straight out, as in the above photo. The left elbow also includes a full rotation, as it is only a peg into the elbow that removes to attach the gun/regular arm. Shoulder articulation only goes up and down: Elbows go inward more than needed, wish they went out more: Elbows at max outward reach: Hips have a ball joint, so some sideways movement, but minimal, mostly front to back. Leg articulation is same as shoulder, forwards and backwards, no side to side at all. Has articulation after the 90 degree bend in the leg (look at the circular joint), and again at the ankle. Although the legs themselves have good range of motion, the feet are hard to balance the toy with. Really needs a ratcheting/ball joint of some kind to get him to stay in sweet poses. Non-action poses are his bread and butter... Close up of gun arm: Alternate view of gun arm: (see the attachment peg at bottom left of arm) Frenzy without the gun arm, notice the cd/razor in his chest: Cd/Razor closeup, nice detail for so small IMO: The cd/razor launcher button on his back, in fully out position, not nearly as bad as on FAB Frenzy. Blends in well with the sculpting. Launches it only a couple of inches, compared to a foot or two on the FAB Frenzy, bummer. Also note the arm/shoulder joints in closer. Back view, not too much color on this bad boy: Head shot: (George W. Bush: [to Air Force One flight attendant] Can you wrangle me up some Ding-Dongs, darlin'?) Overall, I think he's a pretty good figure. Could use a bit more color to accentuate things, but definitely worth the ten bucks to pick him up. Loads better than any other version of him...although if he could get some better articulation from the shoulder and elbows, would make him just awesome.