I bought the GI Joe Matt Tracker figure as soon as I saw him. Not only was M.A.S.K. one of my favortie toylines when I was a kid, but it was also cool that his bio put M.A.S.K. continuity firmly inside the GI Joe universe which, as we all know, is the same as the Transformers universe. One could easily imagine that the M.A.S.K. subdivision of GI Joe was created using Cybertronian tech. The problem, of course, was that Matt Tracker wasn't of much use with only his helicopter pack. What he needed was his good old Thunderhawk back. When I saw the Dark Knight Batmobile / Bruce Wayne's car on clearance at K-Mart, I knew he'd be getting it. Here's the original for comparison: Here's mine in standard car mode: And in battle mode: It's not a bad toy, overall. It's got a pretty cool one-step transformation. Pulling the spoiler back activates a series of springs and gears that pop out all the panels. Has two firing missiles. One neat feature that I can't really utilize is that the car is made with two seperate cockpits. The idea is that you put the Bruce Wayne figure in the car and the Batman in the Batmobile. When you transform the car, the cockpits shift positions to give the impression that Bruce changed into his Batsuit. If I had a second Matt Tracker, I could stip him down to his civies in the car mode and have him all duded up in the battle mode.