Another one for you here. Out of the three Commanders I've gotten (Megatron, Starscream and Bulkhead) Starscream is the worst. He's not terrible, but he has a few flaws that make him one to pick up later, rather than rushing out to grab him. Vehicle mode is a pretty good representation of the alt-mode from the show. The toes stick up, which breaks the lines somewhat, but at this scale it can't really be helped. The rear end of the jet doesn't really peg together, either. On the flip side, the plane mode is a bit less undercarriage heavy than the Deluxe First Edition Starscream, although there is still a presence there. Transformation is a breeze. The end result is this: His form is pretty close to the show model, the only real exceptions being the positioning of the wings and the fact that he has half a plane strapped to each of his arms. He's not the first Transformer to have done this, and he won't be the last, but overall it's really not bad. Trouble is - his wings make him back heavy. And his feet? Well... In the Deluxe, the unusual feet design allowed Starscream to stand pretty well - the opposite happens here. To give you an example of how tricky he is to get balanced - most of this review was shot with him leaning against a wall. Hence why I didn't manage to get a lot of pics (at least ones that turned out well enough to show). If you don't pose him, he can manage to get stable enough provided you don't breathe in his general direction, but it's all quite disappointing. Like his comrades in the Cyberverse line, he comes with a translucent plastic weapon. Two in fact, which almost makes up for the disappointments. What I particularly like about it is how well it matches his animation model's blaster. It also has a missile chilling out on top, which is a nice detail. Sadly, the figure only has three places to put the weapons - on his forearms, in his hands or under his wings. I wish he had some more alternatives, to really make the most of the weapon sharing gimmick. He can still manage to pull off some cool poses, and when you start giving him other weapons he starts overcoming his flaws. Overall, I think he's a decent figure, although he has issues. You shouldn't really have to brace a figure on something, or have a flying stand to get it to do stuff the other figures in the line can do easily. If you can pick him up on sale at some point, or if you have all the other commanders and want to finish the set then he's probably worth your time. At the price I payed I'm relatively happy with him, mostly because his robot mode does look quite accurate and he has two cool weapons. "I, Starscream am your new leader!" "Ahem." This won't end well. See? EDIT: Replaced all pictures with ones that don't suck. Next up, Bulkhead!