Finally! Seems like this guy took FOREVER to get here! First off, before we get into the review proper, let me just say WOW! I absolutely LOVE this figure. He hasn't left my side all day. It doesn't hurt that Bludgeon was my first and only pretender when I was a kid, before he was even cool in the comic. Sadly, he was ripped away from me far too soon, so this updated version is a real treat for me. Anyway, onward! Vehicle mode, obviously, is a green tank with some orange and grey details: The grey part of the cannon is the handle for his large sword, and the smaller grey post on the back of the tank is his smaller sword. Not to worry tank fans, his turret is fully rotatable. 360 DEGREEES! The small gun on top of the turret also spins a full 360. The Brawl-esque missile pods are stationary. Other than that, though, there's not much else to talk about in this mode. He's a tank, he can fire behind himself, and he rolls. He even looks good with the shorter barrel with the sword removed: Transformation is just right. Enough to fiddle with to feel satisfying, without being overly frustrating. Basically just remove the swords, unpeg the sides of the tank to form the legs, rotate and plug in the hips while singing the hip armor over the top of the maroon hinge joints, flip on the feet, fold down the arms, then push the hips up into the torso which pops out his head. I also like to rotate the turret so the cannon faces to his left. Looks decent as back kibble and this way you can still sheath the swords and he has no silly turret pointing up from his head. The armor on his left hip has a little tab that automatically pops up the sheath for his large sword. The smaller sword can still store in its original slot. Slide the swords into their sheaths and you've got robot mode! Bot mode is nice. He looks good with the swords stowed there on his hip, although a little goofy from the side: The smaller sword can also store in a hidden sheath in the turret on his back: EDIT: WOOHOO! Just trimmed off some mold flash that was preventing the small sword from sliding all the way into the hidden sheath. The small sword DOES store in the turret in tank mode! Posability is pretty nice. He's got swivels on his bicep and just above the knee, which are pop-in joints much like on Animated Starscream's legs, but executed MUCH better here. Nice and tight and not prone to just falling out. Everything else is a pinned hinge joint as far as I can tell. Head rotates on a swivel, shoulders swivel in and out, two joints at the elbows, hinged wrists, hips swivel forward/back and in/out (no waist swivel sadly due to transformation, but it's forgivable.), ratcheting knees, and feet hinge front/back. Makes for some cool poses. GONNA GETCHA! And yes, he can hold the sword with two hands: Some comparison shots: With Animated and Henkei Megatron: with Starscream: With Galvatron in both modes: And with the original: Overall, a FANTASTIC figure that holds together excellently and is a LOT more hit than miss. And honestly, while the grey is a lighter shade on the final toy, he actually matches up VERY well with the photoshopped promo pics from Hasbro, which is a nice change from the usual. The only drawbacks here to me are that the hands are one piece and just a LITTLE too small to easily fit the swords into. He holds them quite tightly, but you have to use just short of "oh god am I going to break this?!" pressure to get them in there. Which brings me to my other drawback: The swords are made from a softer grey plastic, so they're going to bend a little during the insertion process. However, being the softer plastic, they bend back into shape quite easily. Also, I echo some statements that the face could be just a LITTLE more menacing. It's a lot better in person than pics make it out to be, but just a little more sleek and sinister would have done well here. Other than those VERY minor issues, the figure is outstanding. Definitely worth picking up. Video review is available here: YouTube - Transformers Revenge of the Fallen Voyager Bludgeon Thanks for looking!