I just got Cybertron Thundercracker, and I'm very disappointed. I like the jet mode. The orange detailing looks very nice, it's muscular-looking without being bulky, and the missiles molded under the wings are a nice touch. It all falls apart in robot mode, though. For this kind of transformation (your basic Cyberjet transformation), you need everything to hold together well, becuase it's naturally going to try to separate. The only pegs Thundercracker has are the ones that hold the cockpit to the torso piece. There's nothing that holds the torso to the back, and nothing that holds the arm to the torso. He's pretty damn floppy. This problem is exacerbated by the cannon arm. THe cannon itself doesn't look too bad, but the extra weight keeps dragging it down to the side. It's impossible to keep the shoulder of the cannon arm even with the torso, so his shoulder looks permanently dislocated. The actual "arm" on which the cannon arms swings is very loose, as is the shoulder joint. When you have this much weight on an arm, the joint has to be tight. And while one of his arms is too big, the other is too tiny. The material also feels cheap. I recognize that the softer plastic may be a necessity, and it is more durable. That isn't my problem. The problem is that the hinge on which his torso section flips over is already showing major stress marks, and I've only transformed him twice. Thundercracker looks cool in vehicle mode, but that isn't even enough to save his floppy mess of a robot mode. I'm going to return him to the store.