I guess I'm one of only a handful of people still invested in this line after like 2 years? It's not exactly the greatest lineup of toys in the franchise's almost 40-year history, but I still managed to find some enjoyment with these figures. Cheetor is the latest figure in this line. Timing-wise, this feels too little too late given his fate in the cartoon, but he was a pretty important part of the cast, so getting a higher quality (by Cyberverse standards) figure feels a little more justifiable. As a figure though, he's alright. Not a Masterpiece by any stretch of the imagination, but fans of the character might appreciate having a more show-accurate Cheetor on their shelf. Naturally, Cheetor turns into a cheetah. No surprises there. He's a bit kibbly due to the robot mode arms, so it's not the cleanest cheetah mode we've gotten. It doesn't help that there's a lot of sharp angles that make it look much more messy than it otherwise would be. Here's a picture with Deluxe Thunderhowl and Kingdom Cheetor for comparison, so we can see how Cyberverse Cheetor stacks up next to similar quadrupeds. In lieu of effect parts, Cheetor comes with a set of translucent green armor, which clips over the face and tabs onto the front paws. The sword placement seems to reference Night Slash Cheetor from the Beast Machines line, which I found to be a nice homage. It's just a bit annoying that the shades of yellow don't match. Robot mode is where I think this guy displays best. It's much more show-accurate than the Spark Armor figure. I just wish the tail folded up against his back or swiveled around to the side, since detail for this character's signature tail belt (which I think is one of the best aspects of his design) is present. The collar is a bit tall, but that's also a byproduct of the character design. Here he is with Thunderhowl and Kingdom Cheetor again. You can see that the armor attaches in this mode too, but it's more decorative here. What's particularly annoying is that the tabs in the claw armor are too small for the forearm slots, so the opportunity to have Wolverine claws was totally missed. Here's an action pose just to show off some articulation. Nothing mind blowing, but it's at least functional. Overall, he's okay. He's not the best Cyberverse Deluxe, but I think he's one of the better ones in the line. Unless you're as crazy as I am about being completionist with this line, need a representation of Cyberverse Cheetor in your collection, or you just HAVE to have every toy of Cheetor out there, your money is better off going to a Generations figure.