Itchy? Wrecthed? Rusty? MY ASS! Here he is, ROTF Leader Class Jetfire! As is apparent, his alt mode is an SR-71. A HUGE SR-71: 18 inches (46cm) long and 10 inches (26cm) wide at the wings in jet mode. There's a button on the tail of the plane that makes a quick fly-by noise. There's also a button UNDER the panel that turns into the combined mode mega-gun that makes a clanking noise. Maybe to simulate his old self as he walks in robot mode (it's not really accessible in jet mode) if you remove that panel. He DOES have the undercarriage-is-a-robot syndrome, but it really isn't as bad as it seems. Transformation is fun, way more complex than the Universe Silverbolt everyone was fearing. The panels with JTFR on them are on posts with ball joints at each end and like to pop off, but other than than a fairly fun, stable transformation to robot mode. When you snap the front of his chest onto his back, you hear the standard transformation sound: Pretty nice figure, a lot of detail gets lost in the solid plastic, a few more paint aps would have been nice, but over all a fairly solid figure with loads of personality. Pushing down the lever on his chest causes him to say "Jetfire's my name." with a Scottish accent. Weird. You can have him stand in a straighter pose, but I love how the best way to balance his weight is to have him hunched over a bit. He looks a look more natural that way. Also, here's a quick look from behind and above, just to get an idea of how the panels really do kind of fold and compress to form his back: Just neat all around. Here's a look at all three leaders together (with their mini selves!) And of course, everyone wants to see the combined mode! The shoulder kibble can be moved around to a pretty decent degree to personal liking. I'm still fiddling with mine. And here's a shot of him next to Leader Megatron, to give you an idea of the HUGE! Video review for Jetfire is here: YouTube - ROTF Leader Class Jetfire!!! And combined mode is here: YouTube - ROTF Leader Optimus/Jetfire Combo! And now: FUN WITH KIBBLE!!! And for those wondering, this is the configuration I currently display him in: I know they're not technically facing the proper direction, but folding those shoulder bits in half REALLY helps the look.