Just for the heck of it, I went into Walgreens today and saw Chromedome. This was the 1 headmaster I wanted as a kid, and have been waiting for this release quite patiently. And here he was. He was $20, so I got him. I'll wait until Target or Wally World to get his case mates. Out of the package, he feels... kinda light weight. But I guess he's solid- more solid than Hardhead ( a figure I was not very impressed with). Overall, not a bad sculpt. Pretty decent detailing in some rather basic- yet effective- engineering. The paint, where applied, looks rather nice. 1) Painted chest, a spot of silver on his ab, painted knees, face, blue headlights, some red and silver on the hood, roof, and side windows. 2) The head plugs in nice and smooth- with no floppy wiggle. Nicely molded and detailed. They got that one good. Plus, if you look at photo 10 you can see that the headlooks like it can stay on. But it doesn't. The chest flips up, so the head will be in the way. The photo is the way it is because I was trying it. It don't work. Photos 2 & 7 have good views of the head. 3) Each shoulder is on a ball joint. Photos 2 & 7 might convey that. 4) The elbows are like the Comber Wars Prowl (or any other car) elbows. See photo 3. 5) The wrists fold into the fore arms. No wrist swivel tho. See photo 3. 6) There is a waist swivel. It's actually a part of the transformation. 7) Hips are on typical ball joints with swivels just below- like your standard upper leg / hip swivel. 8) Knee joint. 9) His legs open up to collapse / fold up: think like the CW Prowl (car) legs. Or, a better example would be TR Blurr's lower legs. See photos 4, 8 & 9. 10) His feet... well, if ay part of this figure sucks it's his feet. They are thin, cheap, & hollow (photo 4) , and my Chromedome's right foot just pops right off when you roll it back to transform into a car. See photo 10. It's very lazy engineering yielding a very cheap result. See photo 9 for mid transformation. 11) The car's rear wheels are on the legs, and what surprises me about them is that they are a dark clear plastic, and not just straight black plastic. See photos 5 & 8. 12) On the backs of the legs are the windshield and car roof- split apart and each half on each leg. Now, as lazy as I thought the feet were, I think this roof thing was clever. See photo 5 below, and photo 1 in my next post. 13) The hood of the car is folded up on the back of the bot, with dark clear front wheels. See photo 6. The bot figure stands there nicely, about a pose-able as a CW car (altho, creativity may vary). Fot the most part the car mode tabs together really good- with the exception of the legs. Again, those dismal feet kinda interfere. I call 'design flaw' on the feet. On the overall, I'm reluctant to say this is a great figure, but I don't mind saying that he is pretty darned not too bad. Quite a fun little guy if I might add. No buyers remorse here.