Update 6/27/18: Development completed and available for purchase if you want both Frenzy and Rumble then order the EXTRA SMALL. It will save you $5 vs ordering two single (SMALL) kits. Also available in Legends Plus size. DX9's Sonic Wizard fits perfectly in my G1 Legends collection, but I didn't feel he would be complete without Frenzy and Rumble. Since DX9 hasn't given any indication that those two little scrappers would be available in the future, I figured I'd have to take a stab at them if I really wanted them. Despite its simplicity, I was really impressed with the Ravage that DX9 packed in with this Soundwave. It has a double-cassette mode that allows for more parts and joints than their Ratbat and Laserbeak, and still fits inside the deck. I used that double-cassette form as the basis for my design. It's not the cleanest alt mode, but I really was only concerned with it still fitting inside of Soundwave. In "storage" mode the ground pounder weapons peg into the back, the very, very small blasters peg into the hands, and everything lines up nice and evenly so that it should stand in any orientation. Showing off the blasters with Rumble. The ground pounders can peg onto the back, but when I captured these images I hadn't designed them yet. Looking at Frenzy in "storage" mode makes me think they can stand in as a jet pack, or something. Frenzy's too heavy duty to do geeky assignments with the articulated ground pounders. I didn't think I'd be able to pull these off because these little guys can't stick their arms straight out to the sides due to the construction of their shoulders. Some swiveling and rotating got the arms in the right position, but unfortunately necessitate rotating the blasters on the back for clearance. In robot mode they stand at ~35mm, and have a small recessed area (the purple) in their waist joints that is sized to fit the "Symbols for Micro TF" stickers from ToyHax.com. In an unintended bit of awesomeness, they end up being pretty close to scale: With the figure and accessory designs finished, I hope to design the sprue tomorrow and order a test print before Monday. It'll be publicly available for purchase in my Shapeways shop once I know it prints, assembles and works as intended. I'm excited to get this printed and in hand. I've made plenty of parts and accessories before but this is my first full figure. Hopefully I got the joints right the first time.. PS: DX9, I could really use a job.