PICTURES (Pictures next to Leader Prime coming soon): Click the thumbnails for the larger images. Robot Mode: The robot mode is pretty darn awesome. He has good poseability. His "pincers" movie independantly of eachother. I tried to get a picture of Megatron strangling Starscream, but I couldn't get it to look good. His right claw can be pulled out to be used as a chain. Unfortunately, the hand doesn't shoot out. The left arm has a feature where the arms "combine and become a fusion cannon. Unfortunately, you have to hold the switch for the fusion cannon, or else it pops back in. Also, the head doesn't move at all. Darn. Transformation: It's hard to describe a transformation, so bare with me. The transformation isn't too hard, although the instructions are bit hard to understand. Anyway, you start by pushing down a lever on his chest, which is similar to Leader Prime. Then, you flip up his lower half. His head is then flipped around. Here's where some automorph comes in; you flip down the nose of the jet and the wings pop out. Cool. Then you slide down the nose and swing a panel that covers Megatron's face. Then, you flip his lower half all the way around. You fold his feet up and then the armor on the forearms goes out. Then you lock the arms in to place and twist around a part on the bottom of the figure. Then, you move legs up. After that you flip the back of the ship up and lock the legs in to place. The end. Cybertronian Jet Mode: When I first finished transforming Megatron, I thought to myself, "Did I do this right...?" Indeed, I did. This thing looks horrible. Sure, it's supposed to be an alien ship, but I can clearly see his head. It looks like a bunch of parts just thrown together. If you push a button on the top, it makes sound effects. OVERALL: Overall, I'd give this figure a 6/10. I love the robot mode, and the transformation is fun, but the alternate mode is horrible. The figure is great just for the robot mode, though.