I put ROTF in the title instead of TFTM, oops. He's not finished yet but he's reasonably close. I still need to put a few more layers on is back and around the cockpit area. I have some engines to go on his back they just need to be painted. I also need to add some weathering effects to some parts. I'm not really happy with the silver on the lower legs I think I'll rub them back and repaint them. Same with the missile launcher. I removed the standard orange LEDs and replaced them with red ones, the one behind the cockpit is gone. I sanded the ones in his chest to give them a more diffused effect, I'd like to put a bigger resistor on those two to dim them right down. I wanted to swap the parts directly above his elbows, but his forearms are a pain to disassemble so I just swapped the arms. It means his pop out weapons are now reversed but you can see the detail above the elbows instead of a few screw holes, and those parts of the arms now have a wider profile. The parts inside his lower legs have been turned around to show the detailed parts instead of the flat cyclinder. I had to modify the pegs on the upper legs to do this. I think he's been put together wrong by Hasbro, the elbow and lower knee joints should be switched to the opposite sides. I checked a few others in the shops and they were all the same. I added a ball joint to the right wrist, I will do the finger articulation mods as well. I left the other hand standard as I will always have the weapon mounted to it. To make the cutting weapon I removed the missiles and blades from his launcher and mounted the blade on a cut down missile. It can be converted between the launcher and the cutter in about 30 seconds. Not really a good idea in hindsight, I have a razor sharp cutting blade mounted to a spring loaded missile and have almost shot myself in the face twice. Oh well, it looks cool. I added the 2 fins to the launcher, they are made from some spare panels from Jetfire and attached to the missile racks for easy removal. I stuck 2 little bits of wire in his chest to hold the panels open. He did have tattoos on all the grey parts but I wasn't happy with them so they were removed. I'm thinking about adding the darker gray stealth camo like on the MP-01 but I need to do some practice runs to achieve a smooth transition between the greys, any tips would be much appreciated. I just got a new camera 20 minutes ago and haven't quite worked it all out yet, the photos aren't very well lit due to my crap excuse for a lightbox. updated pic: older pics: I know someone will want alt mode pics, sorry but it's not gonna happen. Hakka.