As I didn't see anything for this figure aside a few posts, I'll just create a quick one to showcase it... My first impression is that for a simpler line, it's quite an original figure.I have not watched the show, and only seen the trailers for it, and not sure if or when I will or would, so I am all about the figure and not the character. It was the only one from this line that had grabbed my attention and I was lucky enough to find a single one at a local Walmart. After a few days with it, I have my pros and cons: Pros: Fully articulated except for wrist rotation. I love the design of the feet. Very little gaps, not one that's prominent except for the weapon piece, so it's a solid figure overall. Very interesting design and the alt mode really stands out well as a fun toy They even considered a place in the back for storage of the weapon in robot mode. Transformation is fairly simple (but one defect - see below for the fix) Great light piping and nice head sculpt. Cons: The plastic is quite decent but it's the harder type that's usually used in the lower lines. The legs articulation (all of them) were very loose out of the box, I had to floor polish them, and now it's all good. The arms articulation (shoulders) feels tight but something feels off and the resistance is worrisome as if it's putting too much pressure and it's causing some "push back" as you move them. Transformation for the front section pushes on something, so the front of the alt mode pushes down, and makes the tabbing of the foot parts a bit difficult as this pressure pushes against it. ( -see below) The front part does not tab in anything in robot mode, it just sits there. For alt mode, you have to get the tabs in which can be difficult due to the defect The gun is empty, doesn't tab the best in the alt mode... that's the one part that they could have done better. It reminds me of a cross between Bumblebee and Windblade in some ways. I love those "dragonfly" wings that feel that you get his alt mode being able to use them for fast flight, and they fold for hovering or landing. And now, the "fault": The front of the alt mode, which is the chest part, needs to flip up. There is a resistance and it refuses to stay straight. Because of this, you have to apply pressure to get it to hold and during transformation, it makes it very annoying and getting the feet tabs in place is a bit of a struggle. The problem is this: they molded some indents/bumps where the part folds. I gather it's just for esthetics as they appear meant to close off possible gaps. Trouble is, they are just a bit too thick. So, the solution is simple: grab a blade, slice a thin layer off on both sides. So just next to the black hinge part, these things are small, so it's really a question of a very small tolerance issue, but enough to create the pressure that really is problematic. I sliced off something as thin as a sheet of paper on both sides: The results were instantly seen. The part now holds straight and with nothing putting pressure on it. The transformation was much easier as I didn't have to fight with holding the part in place at the right angle to get the tab to get to hold on both side, without the pressure, everything tabbed easily and solidly... this does have an impact on the figure and the transformation, it makes things better, there is zero negative impact here. My general take on this figure, once you fix the defect and solidify the legs articulation, it's a very solid little figure that's really outstanding. It's a neat alt mode, and with the articulation of the robot mode, it's definitely a figure that I will pick up and play with quite a bit.