By request, some photos and commentary on the Construct-Bots Dinofire Grimlock. Since I wasn't planning on doing a review of this item, I don't have any construction photos, so will have to be a little more descriptive. We had quite a few new releases in Australia for the mid-year toy sales about a week ago, and this was one of them. Official image for reference... Box images . . It's a big box, and bigger than normal Construct-Bots figure, but didn't take much more time to construct it than other Dinobots. Actually, the Dinobot Warrior packs probably took longer to build. And the pack comes with an Optimus Prime rider, so no need to buy a separate Construct-Bots rider... but then again, it isn't necessary to activate anything. Once built, the pair in robot mode. . Next to the smaller Construct-Bots Grimlocks. With a range of Movie Grimlocks. Grimlock next to the other Construct-Bots Dinobots. Optimus Rider figure, with the single pack version and the Silver Knight version. . In Dino mode, next to the smaller Construct-Bots Grimlock. A look at the top/back of the dino mode, showing how bad the tail section looks, and why the promo & packaging images hide it. You can also see that the entire head and back section is one whole piece with the gears and electronics in it. A bit like Lego, the more unique parts you have in a set, the less profitable the set is.... and the reason why these movie Construct-Bots seem to be so much more expensive than the first series - as each has a lot of unique parts in them. On the packaging and instructions the "tail" is obscured or cut off completely, which is the biggest visual flaw of this figure, in Dino mode. . A look underneath, again showing how bad the tail section looks, by having the brown parts underneath, and the tail/sword hidden between the robot legs. Even the fore-arms are hidden behind brown panels, which confused me at first when transforming it into dino mode. The electronic feature is just lights, no sound. Rotating the gear at the back of the toy makes the head move up and the jaw open, while the red light inside the head turns on and the missile launcher inside the mouth fires a missile. Keep rotating the gear at the back and the mouth chomps and fires another missile - three in all. There are nine missiles on three spinning launchers. The ones on each leg are manually turned, while the one in the mouth is automatic from the gear gimmick. On the shelf with all the other Construct-Bots that have been released so far. The Optimus figure was tricky to plug in, as the legs stick out the front way too much. The riders fit on the smaller Dinobots much better. This is supposed to be about US$40 in America, which is twice the price of the Warrior packs, and four times the price of the Dinobot packs... but I feel that the smaller Dinobots are better value, without the electronic gimmick. The missile launchers are probably the best element, particularly the "automatic" mouth missile launcher, but is it worth all that extra expense for a toy that is now out of scale with the rest of the Construct-Bots Dinobots.