This is one HUGE WIP that I've been working on since July on and off. Most recently, I've been working on the connectors and smaller mods on some of these--as well as trying to figure out which figures to actually use. Since then, I've come up with this formula (while it's probably not the best, it's what I'd prefer to use and I'm glad they differ from the other WIP Combaticons/Bruticus stuff a bit). Onslaught - Universe Onslaught Blast Off - Classics Astrotrain Vortex - Cybertron Buzzsaw & Energon Barricade (modded into one figure) Brawl - Classics two-pack Megatron (tank) Swindle - Universe Hound ========================================================== Blast Off is a WIP some of you guys have already seen or knew about. I haven't changed much on this one in a while, but I will make a note of the few new things. I removed the engine cones on the rear of the alt mode, added a Neo Shifters connector in place of them, then spaced the engine cones out a bit and glued them on (to help keep the shuttle looking almost like it was before). I also added the G1 Blast Off wing guns/weapons to the underside of the wings--they actually pinned right onto a small piece that is already sticking off the bottom of the wings (it's not a round peg, but it's a small/thin strip that fits right into the peg hole on the weapons). The head is still the same one that I modded back in August--nothing is changed on it. I modded a Universe Prowl head by removing the horns, adding a strip of clear plastic over the eyes (to give it a visor-style look similar to G1) and I build the head up using small pieces of styrene cut and shaped with a hobby knife. The last two shots above are for reference--I used the right forearm for Vortex as the forearm for Blast Off to see how it looked connected with the Neo Shifters connectors. And yes, the forearms are from Primus and the upper legs/waist area will be from Unicron (why mess with a cool formula that honestly looks great on this?--shout out to Ptitvite on that idea!) (oh yeah, there's a Neo Shifters connector under the front of the helicopter once it flips up--this allows the forearm to connect).