Pictorial Review of Xovergen's Rolling Thunder Prime (Grand Patriot) Okay, pardon the messy desk, and lack of a good camera, but I haven't seen a whole lot of buzz about this fig/set so I thought I'd post a quick review and pics of this set. Yes, you do get TWO figs for the price. G1 prime style and Green GI Joe style. They are exactly the same other than color. This one is for the Prime style coloring. Box is big, really heavy duty card stock (eighth inch I think) and he comes in a foam cutout inner tray. Comes with comic/instructions and different head (thought there were supposed to be total of three) and spark crystal/matrix Like alot of GI Joe figs, some parts could use some screws (not included) good thing is that you can adjust things to a point for a configuration of your own. Two Turret stands, front and back, front is trailer hitch (could use washered screw, mine came off right away) Entire setup is about 13-14 inches long depending on whether you use front or back pegs. Guns are huge, G1 style, all blue plastic, hollow for LEDs? Clips and hole in back also for LED maybe and to clip into back turret. Trailer Splits in half, becomes a command center and missile/artillery base, scaled to be able to use standard GI Joe type figures. The gas tanks on the side of the trailer come off and become wrist blasters, according to a drawing in the comic, looked like they were supposed to be swords instead. The cab has moving guns up top, and also two sets in the back that pop up kinda fort max style. Front wheels on a suspension of sorts, but suspension is done out of standard white plastic and not painted, they are also kind of on the flimsy side a bit, definitely not for kids. Becomes a backpack of sorts in Robot mode. Front panel flips down for spark crystal/matrix. Trailer hitch/front turret can attach on its own for missiles or blasters for a tank mode of sorts. Also uses the square trailer connector so it can connect to the Fansproject G3 trailer, BTS Trailer, and technically the city commander, but his legs are too wide to fit..... Robot mode is about a head taller than Classics Prime Mold, and alot chunkier/bulkier. Pardon the lean, I hadn't figured out how to pull the knees all the way out yet. Spark Crystal/Matrix up front and the other available head. Almost looks like the yellow got painted in the wrong spot...... Issues for me are that some of the joints are "floating" meaning the don't quite click into place, and because of this, he does have a bit of a "Pelvic Thrust" issue, and I can see where some folks might complain about floppy ness. Also, as I stated above, some of the transformation joints and such are in standard white plastic colors and really look out of place to a point. I'm also wondering what happened to the third head? The front wheels not having anything to click into kinda makes me flinch a bit, but, on a flat surface, he rolls just fine, just that the mounting bracket is kinda flimsy and the rest is a big white chunk of unpainted plastic. I'll probably paint mine black for smokestacks. All in all, for Xovergen's first out the door figure, they did a great job. Might have been a bit rushed, but, if they keep going, I hope they take what they did here, and learn more to do better next time. By all means this is NOT a bad figure, and for me, totally worth the cost, considering you get 2. The plastic is really solid quality, doesn't feel knock of in the slightest, and would compare to the same plastic that Fansproject uses if not better. All the weapons are standard pegs, so they can be used by other figs, even the rockets. Lots of articulation, ball jointed hips, thigh swivel, hinged knees, arm hinge and swivel, shoulders can swing up and rotate, wrist rotation, hip swivel, even waist/chest/torso rotation, though the backpack does hinder it a bit. This toy reminds me alot of a cross between Star Convoy and Sentinel Prime from IDW comics. Really beefy and heavily armed. I totally recommend this set. If cost is an issue, split the set between you and a friend, just make sure you remember that there is one green and one prime style.