I've had these little guys for awhile and didn't see a thread for them, so I thought I'd throw in my $.02 on them. Armor Bumblebee My favorite of the wave. Great to finally have a battle mask Bumblebee in a toy, even if it is a Robot hero. The head sculpt is dead-on to whats shown in the film with some great sculpting. The paint is perfect on mine. Love the pose, really looks like he's guarding that Allspark! It has head and arm articulation, but his right arm movement is really hindered by the Allspark. But it looks best nestled there anyway. Starscream Not too bad, but Starscream's design really doesn't work well in the custesy Robot Heroes style. Plenty of details throughout though. The facial experession really looks evil! While Megatron looks like a rabid Care Bear, starscream looks like one of those Pacman Ghosts that just got a robot body a 'la Nixon in Futurama and is ready to kick some ass. Starscream has head and arms articulation, but the right arm need to be placed palm down in order for it to stand up. Optimus 2 Optimus without the facemask and with his sword. Too bad they couldn't have used bright red or orage paint on the sword, or modeled it a little closer to the blade from the movie. The facial details aren't all that clear. Articulation is head and arms. No waist movement on this one. The straightness of the blade arm looks really stiff and won't yield itself to many cool poses unfortunately. Scorponok My second favorite of the wave. Even in the movie style, Scorponok's beast mode looks great done custey. The wide eyes make the entire toy for me The only arcticulation is the arms. A tail swivel would have been nice, but thats my only nitpick. I love the little guy. Protoform Jazz This guy came from left field, but there's not many more Autobot characters they could have used unless they do a Classic Camero Bumblebee or delve into the non-movie toys. Since all Protoforms supposedly look alike they could have used any of the Autobots' names for it, but the pose definitely made me think of Jazz jumping down off the dar dealership roof and squatting before getting his alt. mode, so it works nicely. Pretty plain overall with few color variations from the blue-grey and silver. Articulation is head and arms. If you put both arms behind his back it looks like he's powering up a huge fart (forgot to take pics of that one) "Brawlustator" Totally solid overall. Perfect rendition of the movie character, with all the weapons present and accounted for. One of the bigger Robot heroes as well, so the character's size is pretty well taken into consideration. One of the best of the wave. The only thing I'd think to make it better is adding some camo detailing to liven and break up the overall solid green coloring. Aritculation is head and arms. Ironhide My least favorite of the wave by far. The awkward pose and all black details really make it not that great aestetically. Plus the face lacks the character the movie design has, and the coloring runs together making what details there actually ARE hard to see. Head and arm articulation is there, but you can't really make a good pose other than the one I have here. Disappointing. Bonecrusher Love the movie character but this one, like Ironhide, doesn't come close to being a proper representation of its onscreen counterpart. The face looks goofy (well, goofiER than the other RHs) and has a grumpy mouth, and the exaggerated 'quasimodo-like' proportions of the CGI design, which IMO are part of what made the whole character, aren't there. It does have small minesweeper blades oon its back, and the wheel feet are present though. It has head and arm articulation, but the left arm (the fist) has to touch the ground for support to stand (Like Starscream) which is a little disappointing. Overall, they're Robot Heroes so you'll love them or hate them. I don't regret getting them at all, though I prefer the G1 RHs since they are more condusive for the cutesy style.