I'm telling you right now this thread will have no pictures, but I don't think you want to see this thing anyway. It'd be hard to imagine that anyone would ever be "on the fence" about this toy. From what I've noticed, people pretty much either hate it from the moment they see it, or they decide, "well, I'm a completionist/scale enthusiast/goddamn masochist, so I gotta have it." I fell into that last category. I can totally understand why Hasbro nixed Jetpack Bumblebee from their release schedule. It really does compress a lot of fail into a small package. The jetpack encompasses most of the mass of the toy so we'll address that first. The canopy of the jetpack is attached to struts that let you position it for different modes. There are tiny pegs on either side of the canopy that are supposed to lock it in place, but you'll be lucky if you can get both pegs to hold at the same time. The jetpack has two "jet trails" that can rotate and, well, that's it. The trails are attached to thin black struts that look like they should move but don't. By far the biggest insult of this jetpack, though, is the guns. It comes with these two badass-looking Vash the Stampede handguns at the front of it. These are weapons that beg to be dual-wielded by any Transformers toy. And guess what: THEY'RE NOT REMOVABLE FROM THE JETPACK. You can't even unscrew them...They are stuck on by a thick pin that runs from one to the other. What the hell possessed them to do this??? Bumblebee himself is pretty much a Scout-level toy. His articulation is just okay and for some reason they really shied away from using balljoints. Both his shoulders and hips are a combination of swivel and hinge, and his shoulders are stuck really close to the body. He has double-jointed elbows, with a balljoint for swiveling and a hinge for bending, but the car bits hamper the movement considerably. He has ankle rockers for transformation, but his feet can't move forward or back! He does, however, have a waist joint, so thank heavens for small favors! He includes the rocket boosters used in the show; they have the same "jet trails" as the jetpack and can be attached to his forearms to approximate his stinger weapons. However, the slots for the weapons are not very deep and the boosters will fall off with embarrassing ease. Car mode is quite a mess. His robot chest actually forms the back half of the car roof, with the front of the roof completed by kibble, but the two halves really don't go together cleanly. There are a lot of awkward, ugly seams. It's a shame this was the last new Animated mold to go out. It really feels like they're ending on a low note.