Hello! I got this guy yesterday, and went to look for his review thread, and noticed there wasn't one. So, today I brought it with me to take some photos, and spread some Skyquake cheer! I apologize, I did not hae Dreadwing with me. I'm sure much better photographers will take better pictures, anyways. Right of the bat, this guy is cool! Out of the box, I noticed he had more paint apps than Dreadwing. More so in Jet mode. (That'll be later) Of course, he IS still the Dreadwing mold. So, if that mold did nothing for ya, then this guy probably wont. If ya loved it like I did, I believe you will find this toy luscious. Like Dreadwing, he poses very close (mostly) to the manurisms of his show model. Especially the broadness in the shoulders, that you can shape to fit you're own tastes, really. Shoulder pads on ball joints, along with a ball jointed shoulder. I find these shoulder pads move A LOT better with his shoulder/arm than voyager Megatron's did. You can still lift his arms up, and give this cool illusion that his shoulder pad is moving with his shoulder. I find this head sculpt less "mushy" than Dreadwing's. It is still the rubber-ish head, though I find it a bit more solid looking, with the added paint apps on it. The translucent yellow on his predecessor has been replaced with this smooth and glossy translucent orange. I find the change to be striking, and still subtle. I find it suits the character. The molded detail comes out a bit more on this, than Dreadwing. Seeing as his color tone is lighter. The back kibble is still there, which still collapses pretty well, along with his weapon storage on his back. His goofy Mechtech/Powerizer gun is an Orange Gatling gun. While majority of the powerizer weapons do look like straight poo, I found the twins' to be pretty fitting! So I've taken to only removing the battery, and rubber-banding the barrel, though that's only my preference. The sword is the exact same as Dreadwing's, as is all of the plain grey plastic on the 2. Have some pictures, till the Jet mode! If you didn't know by now, yes~ The jet mode is very neat. YES it has kibble. Though it folds away neatly and not too garish. The grey kibble bits in the front do get in the way, but it is still a toy and physics still apply. The wings are thin, and sleek, as well as the back fins. (which are still soft rubber). The paint apps look glorious. He has a bit more than his brother, which pops out a lot of detail. The jet mode is pretty "you see what you get" though I find his a bit more detailed and appealing in hand. Here's more pictures of his jet mode! ALRIGHT now this is sorta important! As some of you probably know ,the foot problem. Most Dreadwings came with either swapped feet, or 2 of the same foot (Right or left, because they are determined by the angle of the bottom of the foot). This in some poses effects his balance. Best part is, as previously stated, the grey plastic on both of them are the same, so you can swap out the feet on both. My Dreadwing had 2 lefts, and my Skyquake came with 2 right, so I was able to swap them out. Refer to the thread in the toys forum! This is Skyquake with proper feet (they sit flush). Well that's it, that's all I've got to cover. If you have this variation please share your pictures and features. Anything you want to know, I'll answer it the best I can. Sorry if this is piss poor. ^_^ ; Here's to hoping he sees mass release soon! Thanks!