Marketed (so far) as an online exclusive, this "Ultimate Giftset" puts deluxes Jazz and Optimus Prime against legends Thundercracker and Motorbreath/Motormaster. Yeah, that sounds pretty fair. I won't go into too much detail on the figures themselves, as they're all redecos. First off, the Legends class guys. Motorbreath and Thundercracker have been retooled to include a sword, and two null rays. The sword is nice, but the null rays are redundant, since there's already two designed into the transformation of the legends seeker mold. Although if you're a fan of crazy, overkill levels of weaponry, you'll probably like it. Both of mine have really finicky leg joints. Motorbreath doesn't like to stand straight, and Thundercracker just doesn't like to stand at all. His legs don't straighten all the way. At least their colors are nice. One thing I really like about Motorbreath compared to the Optimus Prime version of this mold is that the front, and both sides of each leg have been painted. Only the back of each leg is left unpainted. Even the bottoms of his leg pieces are painted, although the bottoms of the feet are left black. This is much better than the almost entirely black legs of Optimus Prime. Vehicle mode. Again, colors are nice. Each has holes molded into them for weapon storage. Looks great on Thundercracker, looks strange on Motorbreath. Maybe turn the sword around and have him ram enemies? Okay, time for the meat of this set, the two G2-themed deluxes. Combat Hero Optimus Prime is based on an unreleased repaint of the G2 Hero Optimus Prime, called... Combat Hero Optimus Prime. While he didn't use the Laser Optimus Prime mold in G2, the colors really work on this design. He's easily my preferred version of this mold. One especially nice thing about the mold choice is that in vehicle mode, it matches the cab of the original Combat Hero Optimus Prime's vehicle mode very well. While the windshield paint details look a little odd here, it's not that big of a deal to me. On mine, no matter what I do, I can't get the front of the truck to line up correctly against the bottom of the windshield. There's no mold flash in the way, nothing is transformed wrong, it just won't fit. Next up is Jazz. While Jazz is based on his G2 deco, he's not a slavish recreation of it. He's more of a modern reinterpretation of it, like we saw with the original Classics line. He's got the musical theme with the notes and scales, he has the "1" instead of the "4", and he has the off-center Autobot symbol. This version of Jazz is extremely well painted compared to the RTS version (the United version is the one displayed with him, as it's the only one I own). The front grill is painted, the area around the lights is painted, and the wheels are painted as well. The only thing I wish was painted that isn't are the parts below his knees, which are black on the RTS and United versions of Jazz. Blue plastic has also been added, and while I originally thought it would look out of place, I ended up liking the way it breaks him up quite a bit. In vehicle mode, we can see some more G2-style details on him. He has the blue spoiler with his name on it, and where the original G2 Jazz had blue stripes above his rear wheels with his name on them, here they've been extended to a blue line that goes across the bottom of the entire vehicle. The name detail has been carried over and moved to the rear, but only on the vehicle's left side. Another nice touch is that the tail lights have been painted on this version, unlike the RTS toy. Unfortunately, the rear window was not. I think the abundance of paint apps everywhere else makes up for it, and it might have been left out just to avoid going overboard with blue on the toy. While I love my United Jazz, I honestly can't decide which version I like more. Now, because everything in this box has to be screwed up in some way for me (these probably aren't widespread issues), Jazz has a messed up right window. The center piece of the right window is the center piece that goes in the left window. The left window is fine, I just ended up with two of the same piece. The doors shut if I force them, but doing that will probably lead to some type of breakage later on. So while the shades of blue are a little different, I'm going to get an RTS Jazz later on and swap the windows on both doors. I would return it, but the paint apps on my set are so damn perfect that I don't want to risk getting a replacement set that's of lower quality. Overall, I'm very happy with this set despite the QC issues I experienced. While the legends toys are nice, the deluxes are the stars here, especially if you're a G2 fan. Both figures look mavelous in these colors, and while they're molds most people probably already own, they are definitely worth getting again.