This guy is kinda neat, but I expected a bit more from my ultras than size and two sound effects. The dragon mode is pretty nice looking and intimidating. The colors are a bit bright for a dragon but they seem to work well. The biggest letdown is how little it can do. The tail barely moves and the head can only move up and down slightly. He has a jungle planet cyberkey which is purple. Plugging it in causes the other two heads to deploy and the sound effect to change from a roar to a laser. It also makes the transformation sound while the heads deploy, but it can sometimes take a big of finagling to get both heads to pop out. The extra heads are similarly poorly articulated. but it makes a nice effect. The un-turning head wouldn't be so noticable if the legends version didn't have a head that turned. Here he is with the two legends size versions of this mold that I have. I do not own either other Ultra sized color of this mold. He is a Predacon and not a Decepticon like the other versions of this mold. This is because he's meant to represent the Cerberus toy character from Robots In Disguise. The robot mode retains all the same colors but has a bit more bronze. The biggest disappointment here is again the articulation. His hands don't twist, which means that he can only bend his arms into a flexing pose. His legs only really bend at the hip and knee with no useful swivels. The head turns but not the waist. Shoulders swing and lower arms turn. His face is kinda neat, but this picture kinda washes it out. In robot mode you plug the cyberkey into his ass. It still does the same thing in this mode, but the heads are a little more out of place alongside his robot head. The laser sounds still don't make sense because he doesn't have any gun-like weapons. With his tiny buddies classics Trypticon and universe Hunn-Grr His weapon is an axe that is suitably huge. It looks cool, but because his elbow is so weak it makes the axe rather ineffective for anything but just holding straight out. I like robutts and I can not lie. This one has a purple key stuffed up it. The little button triggers the sounds. His elbows do let you make the "I'll get you next time!" pose, which is nice. Overall, easily the most disappointing Ultra in anything but pure size. His colors are kinda nice, but he can't make many neat poses. His sound effects are a nifty extra, but tend to be more annoying than useful. I'd have a hard time recommending this for anyone but completionists. It hits the bottom of my ranking list for Universe toys. The other 10 cybertron repaints are all better than this one. Apparently cybertron was pretty hit or miss. In summary, not a good toy. Not worth the $26.