These will be added to my Prime auction that is up right now. The first of the weapons. I thought I would show a time consuming yet well worth it way to light up Primes blades and have them almost movie accurate. I wanted them also to be more efficient than my last set that had the on/off switch in the forearm as well and that was just to much in there. First I put the batteries in the forearm and connected a "female" adapter on the outside of Prime's arm where the blade originally was. Not much cutting inside the arm. Now the hard part was the blades!! I cut the round part off the ends of the blades. I then notched two little spots for the holder that just so happen to be the right size!!!!!! I connected the "male" part of the adapter to the blade honder, ran the wires inside. I then connected two LEDs. I wanted to have one in the middle and one at the base. The using a tiny switch(radio shack!!!) I connected the LEDs and the connector with my cold heat soldering iron. I then did some measuring and cut out a top to cover up the hands and insides using styrene. Also covered up the LEDs running down the blade using a piece of 1/2 round styrne. No now, all I do is rotate the hands 180 degrees, slide on the blades, close the fingers around the insides and bottom(because his blades do come out of his forearms ) and bam, light up blades. And because the lights can't always be on, I airbrushed the blades with a thin layer of orange, faded into yellow faded into white and then for good "cool spots" a little transparent orange to add a little coolness. I also painted the metal parts with gloss black, Alclad chrome and stainless steel and did a nice smoke wash. If I see this used on ebay and not given credit, I will hunt you down.