Here's my pictorial review of Revenge of the Fallen Fast Action Battlers Autobot Jolt. Vehicle Mode: Jolt's vehicle mode is a Chevy Volt, a new hybrid vehicle that focuses on electric power. It's primarily dark blue, with black on the side and back windows, as well as the roof. The windshield is painted dark metallic silver. There are some silver paint apps on the hubcaps, grill, side mirrors, and Volt logo. GM logos are painted metallic gold, and the headlights are extremely pale blue. Tail lights are painted red. He's the same size as previous movie FABs, like Jazz and Barricade. However, he's not quite as "super-deformed" looking as some FABs (in vehicle mode, at least). He's larger than regular Deluxes, though. He rolls pretty well, but has no gimmicks or anything in this mode. Transformation: The whole point of FABs is to be simple toys that are easy for kids to transform. As such, Jolt's transformation is very easy. Split the back end in half and rotate the back portion downwards. Fold the back window pieces down. Stand him up, then pull the side/arm parts out and rotate them downwards. Fold the hood part back, and his head will spring upwards into place. There you have it! Robot Mode: Jolt is pretty cool in robot mode, well-detailed for a Fast Action Battler. He retains the dark blue color, but also gets light grey plastic, and a light blue-grey plastic. There's a red Autobot emblem painted on his chest. Headsculpt is neat. An interesting detail is what appear to be four wheels sculpted into his thighs...I wonder how this will be pulled off on the Deluxe version and CGI model. For weapons, he has two spring-loaded "lashing electro-whips," as well as two cannons mounted over each shoulder. He also has a gimmick where you pull his arms up, and they swing downwards quickly because they're spring-loaded, too. However, they do click into place at various angles of rotation. He's the same size as other FABs. He's bigger than regular Deluxes, shorter than Voyagers. Poseability is okay for an FAB; arms move up and down on spring-ratchet joints, legs rotate forwards and backwards at the hip and slightly outwards on ball joints, feet move forwards and backwards on hinges. His waist can slightly rotate, too. Jolt battles...The Fallen! Overall, pretty cool for a Fast Action Battler. He's better than some of the FABs from the first movie, and on the same level as the good ones. While FAB Jolt might not be for everyone, he's certainly cool for kids, collectors, fans of FABs, and fans of the character. 3/5 rating overall.