For the above pictures, I did cut up some stickers, more specifically the stickers for the front grill and headlights of the ambulance, otherwise it would have been one whole piece of chrome sticker pasted over the uneven surface of the front grill, which in my opionion is not so nice, from what I saw from the recent Cybertron Con. With the stickers pasted, it still do differs from the Hasbro version in that the bumper of the Hasbro comes with matt silver paint and this AM version is white. On the chest portion, Hasbro version has some blue paint as well but not present on this AM version. And of course the Hasbro comes with twin small knife but this AM version got a giant arm minicon knife. This minicon knife is probably too huge for this figure, perhaps look better for the AM Optimus Prime instead. I did some painting on the ear portion of the figure to make it more cartoon accurate but of course the figure on the whole (whether it is for Hasbro or AM version) is far from accurate to the cartoon with many portions of red not reflected in robot mode. It does have a life signal sign stickers to be pasted on the body of the vehicle which is not present in the hasbro version, but that is probably not too great a disadvantage, maybe reprolabels may come out with something later on. I thought I wouldn't like the ports on this figure but for having it now, it didn't take away too much. Pasting the stickers do take consume time and patience, it does take quite a bit of effort to paste the stickers well so that your figure may looks good. I guess the most difficult part for me is the cutting of the stickers to customize. Some stickers aren't that bad at all, it gives the figure some subtle chrome look.