I received my copy of Sheridan last week. The knees feel good. I haven't had the time to transform it fully, though the instructions suggest that the process isn't too bad. For my collection, he fits, but just barely. He's not exactly toy nor toon accurate. (I think it would be hard to get a tank to turn into a robot without some sacrifices.) I feel his shoulder connections leave a lot to be desired, in terms of design. His proportions seems like they are set to "heroic human", which is to say, wide-set shoulders, and a narrow waist. It's pretty easy to get him into stylish action poses, or use that hinged ab crunch (don't look around the back or sides, or you'll see that nasty gap that happens), but step back, without the fancy focus tricks, and he's... OK. He's heavy, he's made with reasonably tight tolerances, and the paint looks good. The head sculpt is pretty decent (but I will accept that FT didn't have to sculpt half a face). (Now, Wardog looks like he's gone to the gym, and then gone back some more. He has not skipped leg day, that's for sure. In comparison, with Sheridan, it's like he's wearing a skinny suit, comparatively.) If you missed Wardog, Sheridan is good. Sheridan is a great Warpath. Could he be better? Definitely. I feel like we need a "Goldilocks" version - Wardog is too big; Sheridan is too small; we need one that is "just right".