Did a search and outside of Peaugh's video review nothing came up so I take it I'm the first. Picked this guy up along with Dirge last night at Toys R Us. They were on sale for like $8 each so I couldn't really pass on that, especially since I've never owned either mold (obvious in Dirge's case). Armorhide is...well far as I know and can tell a straight up redeco of the first movie's Landmine mold from the Allspark Power subline. I really, really like the colorscheme on this guy, and it really does make me glad I held off on purchasing the original as the dark green used in combination with the red just looks so much better than the blues (especially that nasty allspark blue) of the original. In addition to the different colors he features new paint apps including the NEST logo on either side of the vehicle, the word "Defense" on either side of the hood, the numbers 10-22 and 80 over one window, the number 50 over the other, and the number 50 with an American flag just behind either front wheel well, and the letters CMR just behind the side openings of the vehicle. Vehicle mode is a really nice little military buggy with working suspension (though it doesn't seem to be as nice as the kind of mechanism you'd see on something like the Alternators Jeep mold or Masterpiece Prime). He comes with a gun that can mount on the top of the vehicle, and aims over his shoulder in robot mode (think it can also be held in his hand). The colors here look wonderful and very military-esque, I can see this guy making for a decent Warthog TF if anyone ever felt so inclined (and I'm sure someone already has). Transformation is pretty standard, back of the vehicle forming his legs, sides forming the arms, hood section forming the chest and whatnot, but it has a few nice little bits like the way his feet and hands form (the former being the back wheels and what look like propane tanks, the latter being the seats of the vehicle mode). Robot mode is just awesome. Great overall design that is made even better with the new deco. Gone is all the blue that hurt the look of the first figure replaced with reds and greens. His head especially is improved by this fact IMO. Articulation is plentiful and you can pull of some great poses with him. All in all I would really recommend this guy, especially if you, like me, passed on the original. And even if you have him, the improved coloring may make him worth checking out. Sorry for lack of pics, I'll try and get some up soon as I can.