Well, first and foremost I do not have ANY pictures available. I just got him today before work and I cannot "photograph" things while at work since I work in a bank. So, with that out of the way. Hulk's tank mode is something, again, Hasbro seemingly ripped out of the Godzilla universe. It is bulky, wide, and quite brutish looking with practically no articulation. The canon can move out (undocumented feature) or it can move up and down. There is NO sideways articulation. His "weapon" as the package calls it is a sonic weapon. Sadly, his tank mode is just a big hulk of highly detailed green plastic. Since I'm no good at describing transformations, I'll just describe the final robot mode. Standing ABOUT as tall as Grimlock, and about as thick, he has elongated arms and pretty good leg articulation. Due to his punching gimmick, he has NO waist articulation unless you disable it (as I have, and will upload in a couple of days a how-to) and his upper arms can move up and down. The shoulders do move outwards, but they spring back as part of another undocumented Mega Clap type feature. I'm trying to figure out how to change that. On his hands he has a solid molded thumb, and all four other fingers can do a grasping type motion without any springs. They are VERY cool and can hold some Hot Wheels cars with ease. He has a surprising amount of articulation and is an AWESOME figure, especially with the punch mechanism disabled. With it enabled, so to speak, he is more block-ish and harder to dynamically pose. Speaking of block-ish, there is that matter of the freakish looking Frankenstein head. Most have seen it, and most have been repelled by it. The designers went to the extent of including a black molded toupee on top of Hulk. It looks like crap and ruins a decent looking head. The head reminds me of the Star Wars Transformers Chewbacca figure from the Millenium falcon. They tried to recreate some "organic" looking elements like face muscles and it doesn't look that great and should've created a BALD Hulk head. BUT, for the customizers I can say Hulk would make a good Bludgeon custom or whatever you wish. Considering I gave Iron Man a 7.5 because of his legs and cheap looking yellow paint I'm going to give the Hulk the same score of 7.5 because of his head and overall features. If he had a better molded head, I would've given him an 8.0. He really is that good, and that solid of a figure. IF there is going to be a Gray version I'd say hold out for that as the green is more of a military green, but there is a lot of it.