Wow. I used to blame Hasbro for milking a mold for money, releasing remold after remold (Energon Arcee, i'm looking at you...). Now i'm doing it myself. Heh, guess it does make good business sense to do remolds after all. Firstly, take a nice long look at my avatar... ...Figured it out yet? If you haven't, my avatar is my custom Insect Leader, made from a Classics Bumbleebee. Black and purple guy with big silver horns. It's blatantly obvious who it is, no? Anyways, that's pretty much my signature custom, i've done it in Classics style, Animated, and now i want one for WFC. But the problem is, this Bumblebee...doesn't quite fit Insect Leader to me. There's just something about it that's too...round. And smooth. And Autobot-y. So i did the most obvious thing possible. WFC Insect Leader Conversion Kit!!! Okay, so this really should need no explanation by now, but i'll go through it anyways. You get three parts with this kit. The back part is the Insect Leader Adaption Profile (ILAP). Like all the other Profiles, you need to permabond it to the figure, though since you'll need to paint the figure anyways, not a problem for this kit. Just make sure you have some superglue, and you'll be fine. If you'll note, this AP features more connection points than both the BBAP and the CJAP, having a total of 6 (one hidden from view in the pics, the AP is symmetrical, so the sixth point is a mirror of the lone point that's facing towards you). I'll get to the uses of the two extra points in a sec. The front parts are the Horned Battle Armors (left and right versions, duh). These, as hard as it is to see in the pics, still retain the curve that BB and CJ have, so they should flow with the car mode. The horns in this version were the subject of some artistic license. Unlike G1, the ends of the horns are now sloped, acting to lift other cars up off the ground. Now, because they sit off the ground, only a car with extremely high ground clearance would ever get caught, but hell, even if you weren't flipped by them, being rammed by those horns would hurt. Unlike the SBA and FWBA, these HBA's don't have to be removed for Robot mode. They do partsform, but aren't removed completely. that's what the two side points in the ILAP are for. The HBA's plug into the side holes in robot mode, to imitate the G1 version's shoulder-mounted horns. That's really all there is to the set. Well, all but the price. But don't worry, somehow these sets get cheaper and cheaper. This one comes out to only $31 USD, including worldwide shipping. Again, I hollowed out the ILAP to save material and cost, but the HBA's were left solid (because hollowing them would weaken them too much, and because i was too lazy ). Thanks for looking, and c&c welcome. I will get around to testing this eventually, but i test stuff in the order i make stuff, so even if CJ should be perfect upon arrival in every single way, this set is still after BB's, so a while off yet. P.S. Fuzzy Render Syndrome strikes again. I guess maybe i enlarged the render too much or something. It shouldn't have any effect on the model itself. P.P.S Hmm, i seem to be flooding RGD with these recently. Oops. P.P.P.S Damn, making the mind-controlling bug is sooooooooo tempting. Grasshopper, not so much.