I won't go into great detail here, since this is a remold of the Energon Slugslinger toy. Airazor comes in a nice printed box, the toy nestled in black foam like most other boxed Club/convention exclusives. I don't care much for the Slugslinger mold personally, but IMO Airazor is a distinct improvement. The dual-nosed jet mode is mushy and floppy, and parts don't mesh together stably, just like the original Energon toy. Robot mode seems to peg together more stiffly, though that may be just because it's newer than my Energon toy. The shoulder 'flaps' don't stay pegged well at all, and flip up if you so much as touch the arms. Not much different than the Energon toy though, so I can overlook it a bit. The toy itself is mostly a bronze color, with orangeish yellow, and accents in black, silver, cold, and clear green. The color scheme is obviously Airazor's and works quite naturally for this toy as well. The orange-yellow parts are a little metallic, translucent, and swirly, making those bits look almost like they're made out of candy or something like that. The 'spark crystal' in the chest is translucent silver, making it look a lot like a pearl. There's a Maximal symbol stamped on her left shoulder. Overall, it's quite evocative of the Airazor character. The mold is slender, but not apparently feminine, not a big deal since the original Airazor toy was much the same way. The head sculpt is excellent IMO, perhaps the best seen from MC-exclusive toys so far. It looks good and looks like the cartoon incarnation of Airazor's face, without being a direct copy or having too many obvious birdlike features. All in all, aside from the general failing inherent in the Slugslinger mold, Airazor is a great display piece to round out the "Pre-BW" cast from the Botcon '06 comic. I'd recommend it to anyone who likes exclusives and/or BW, and doesn't hate Slugslinger too much.