Got my Megatron and Bumblebee in today from Robotkingdom, got Cliffjumper and Ratchet on the way as well from TFsource. Here's a quick look at Megatron. I decided to do a Megatron photo review since his micron also works with the Voyager version, I'll probably just do video only for Bumblebee. Anyway, on to the show! The AM series comes packaged in solid boxes, at least for the deluxe figures. Once out, you get the figure as well as a transforming micron partner: The micron requires some assembly out of the box: Once it's all assembled, Megatron's companion is a little gorilla-esque robot with shades of Lugnut. It's even a deep purple plastic with some shiny metallic silver and purple stickers: He's got a standard side peg that can flip in and allow him to clip onto the forearm tab as a cannon, although the connection is weak and more often than not the micron falls off easily: He does have the option of a flip out blade as well: Overall, he's not terribly different from the first edition deluxe, a few less pain apps and some darker grey plastic. The only major change is the addition of a couple of micron ports to his back piece (seen in the second pic below.) These are glued on, most likely (as mentioned by General Tekno ealier) due to the fact that this is a first edition mold. The port on AM Bumblebee are definitely part of the mold itself. Transformation is the same as before, here's a quick shot of the micron attached in vehicle form" And that's pretty much that for the AM figure itself. Now, concerning the voyager, you can flip out the peg and attach it to the figure, but it's woefully short and stumpy looking. HOWEVER, you can flip the gorilla arm parts to the other end and extend the cannon (using the shoulder joints already present, no modding needed) and it looks pretty decent, even if the "top" of the cannon barrel is now on the bottom. In the second pic you can see I've swapped the flip out blades to the opposite sides so they sit flush together when folded up: Now, being a snap together kit, you can actually swap the arms around and get a proper looking cannon: My preferred method is to simply turn the cannon around and peg it into his wrist port instead of the elbow one. Still looks cool, and you don't risk stressing/snapped the pegs on the micron swapping them all the time. FINAL VERDICT? I think the AM line can be a lot of fun, building the microns is neat and innovative. Overall though, you have to REALLY want those microns, as the figures themselves seem to suffer in comparison to the mainline RID figures over here, and while the stickers do their job in replacing the paint apps, and adhere quite well, they ARE stickers. If you're iffy on the line, you may want to wait a bit and see if we do get some release of the micron kits separately. I'll have videos up for Megatron and Bumblebee probably tomorrow night, Ratchet and Cliffjumper in a couple days when they get here.