I have seen a sure of this lately, sellers identifying their sale for the ko/bootleg Microx as 'Takara' 'microchange' etc., claiming to be the authentic product, when what they have is not. So just a warning to all prospective Microx buyers that there is a KO/bootleg version contemporary with the authentic vintage one that is easily identifiable by a) the box text being in English or any other text other than Japanese, and b) the 3 figures not having trademark stamps on them. Here is a solid reference for those interested: http://www.geocities.com/futuristgroup/vmicrox.html. This one is from a bit ago but I got a response from seller recently. He sold it for $200 (+ $40 'shipping' USPS FC if the winner was International, which would cost the seller around $5), which gets to the cost level that it bothers me to be the KO version. Transformers Reflector g1 Diaclone Microman Camera-Robo - eBay (item 170249487110 end time Aug-17-08 09:44:59 PDT) My initial message: " Just so you know this a vintage KO/bootleg and not a microman product as identified. Product description should be altered." His response: "um no it is not, thanks though"