There's a few reviews of this guy floating around, but since there doesn't seem to be one here, may as well give it a quick go....(and please excuse the terrible picture quality, a phone is all i've got to hand!) Anyways, got him today in the post from the wonderful folks at Kapow Toys. Kup is pretty good as far as PRID deluxes seem to be. The plastic feels very solid, though there is a cringeworthy part in the transformation with the hood/bonnet that makes you think it's gonna break. The paint apps, while minimal, are applied pretty cleanly and don't make him look anywhere near as sparce as Ratchet or Airrachnid due to that green. Interestingly, there are Autobot insignias molded into his hubcaps on each wheel (though you can't make them out here). Except he's small. Very small. This is mainly due to his proportions, but he is a tad under FoC Optimus' height for those that are violently allergic to the size of the new Generations figures. Yet there is plenty of poseability, with loads of movement in the arms, legs and feet allowing a bundle of dynamic poses. He has a ball-jointed head, but can't use much of the old up/down motion with the shoulder-pads in place, so it;s side-to-side most of the time sadly...and there is no waist (shock-horror!) due to the 'revealer gimmick, which is a bit of a drawback, but not a killer. Boy, is he pretty hollow in the lower legs and inside the arms - this is due to transformation, and the arms aren't even noticeable unless you physically split them in half (forming parts of the vehicle's sides), or look at them from the back. EDIT: Also want to mention that the bonnet makes for one huge, ugly backplate that sticks out ala PRID 'Bee - I fixed this by popping it off and rotating it the other way so it sits flush to the back. I find that Ratchet is the best match to Kup in terms of scale... Overall I like the ol' koot a lot, but he may not be for everyone. Kup seems to be a chunky, but hollow bot with a nice vehicle mode...and too many Ironhide traits! Hopefully Dr Wu decides to conjure a new head to rectify the major 'seasick Ironhide' resemblance. Trust me, he's no Airrachnid though, thankfully!