I have never bought a Titanium figure until a few days ago, and I actually regret it. More on that in a bit. Fire Convoy is one of my favorite Convoy designs, and his super mode was great(though vastly overshadowed by the Omega Prime/Convoy-whatever-the-hell-he-was-called). So after reading reviews by fellow staff members and TFW2005'ers, I decided to pick this up. I must add, I'm also partial to Hot Spot, his design was cool, definitely evoked a quiet, noble warrior. It also helped that he resembled Prime but wasn't Prime. Articulation was decent, joints were detented, which I absolutely love. I love ratchets and detents as when working correctly, they increase the stability of a figure. The transformation was simple, a neat, yet efficient way of transforming however the leg flaps could have been better. Even better if the lower legs were not hollow and the feet locked into place. The pop out canons were cool and the sculpt isn't bad. I don't like the way the paint adhered to the diecast as it didn't dry smoothly, you can see some subtle bumps, kind of a rough texture despite being on a flat surface. This is common on all Titaniums I've seen so some of you might be used to it. Anyways it all came crashing down yesterday. His shoulders tend to dislodge every now and then, no big deal right? WRONG. While putting his shoulder back the peg BROKE on one side. Krazy glue, my usual deus ex machina for breakages(hell it WORKS on Yamato Macross toys...can you believe that?), DID NOT WORK on my Hot Zone figure! The shoulder peg must be made out of different plastic, the glue more or less dried around the parts as opposed to fusing them together. So I have no idea how to get this thing back together. Any recommendations? I was thinking of using the most diesel epoxy known to man but who knows if that would even work. Overall, pre-breakage I'd give it a 7/10, but due to the unpredictable shoulder peg, I give it a 6/10. Buy with caution. I must add, I wasn't doing anything out of the ordinary when reattaching the arm, it just broke under the pressure of being reinserted the peg into the shoulder.