Latest Update: 3-10-2010 (page 3) It Stands! I finally got enough time and all of the parts I needed to start this project. This will be my first transformer, and I'm going full-tilt-boogie on it. He'll stand 8-10" tall, possibly more depending on how the hip and leg construction go. At least 90% of the parts will be scratch, and I doubt there'll be a single piece on the model that the Aves Fix-It sculpt doesn't hit. Portions of the chest and sniper rifle are made using a 1/100 Gundam Dynames kit. Joints in the shoulder and Hips are scaveneged from a Bionicle. The head will serve as a base for the final sculpt and rest on a bionicle ball joint. Ace Hardware is providing all of the screws and brass, while Lowes is providing the steel. Hobbytown USA for all styrene (not yet pictured ) If anyone has any questions, feel free to ask. I will provide as many pics as possible, and I am more than willing to help anyone with my tips and tricks. Though this is my first transformer, I've been kitbashing for about a decade now (I'm 25 and got my first warhammer and battletech minis when I was about 15). If you've gotten this far, please feel free to leave a quick reply. Your posts keep me motivated and help maintain just as much excitement for me as it does for you. Since this is a first attempt, there will be plenty of small areas that will need improvement. Help me find them by pointing them out. NOTE: I'm making a few creative "attitude" adjustments for Sunstreaker. It will NOT be 100% accurate to any series or generation of toy, instead it will be a version "inspired" by him. The open-top california style Lambo means that I have to do everything I can to keep a mint interior, and means that the top of the car will not function as his chest, since a top isnt present and bucket seats make for a messy stomach Large update pics will post to the main page with more in-depth pics and tutorials in each post. Look through the whole thread for the best experience. Other than that, enjoy the build!