Selects Soundblaster is definitely keeping the Shockwave Lab SL-76 upgrade kit (the one that allows the shoulder's mushroom pegs to slide back for a tape deck mode) but, it's not keeping that kit for the tapedeck mode. It's keeping the kit because, it allows the official "alt mode" to look better since you can leave "engines" parallel to the rest of the "alt mode" (leave them collapsed instead of flaring them out but, they can still flare out in a "V" if that's your thing) and, you can leave the entire arm parallel to the rest of the "alt mode" (slide the shoulder's mushroom pegs all the way into the Shockwave Lab SL-76 upgrade kit then point the end of the arm with the hands toward the rear of the "alt mode". The "alt mode" is still a flying brick but, it's now a reasonable flying brick (e.g junkers/freighters in Star Wars, the Borg in Star Trek, ships in Alien/Aliens/etc., and so on). If only the front of the "alt mode" (the legs) had flip out landing gear that hung down as far as the tape deck hinge does (the weapon is just laying on the glass to keep the front elevated) . . . It's not anything special but, it's far more coherent in that 80s and pre-80s bricks can totally fly as well as exit/renter planetary atmospheres because what even is aerodynamics in Fi-Sci (see what I did there?). More importantly, it doesn't try to pretend that it's anything more than a robot torso essentially lying down like Metroplex, Fortress Maximus, and several other characters do for an "alt mode". You can pop-off the "engines" like always if you don't want bulk above the cockpit (flight/observation deck) and pretend that the folded in hands are engine vents but, there's not anywhere else to really put them even if you had adapters to use in their 5 mm ports. That's correct, the entire swing out assembly and foot are all held together with 3 screws. The foot is made up of 2 separate pieces (3 if you count the heel spur) so it would be possible for someone to make a replacement piece for the front of the foot (this is actually around 2/3 to 3/4 of the entire foot) and then reuse all the other existing pieces. I don't know if I would trust 3D printing for that though, it would likely need to be created via injection molding for stability/longevity). People have different tastes and the ability/inability to draw doesn't necessarily dictate those tastes. e.g. I have a wide range of musical tastes and I'm tone deaf but, none of that prevents me from being able to tell when someone else can/can't sing or if they are/aren't out of key and/or sharp/flat even when it's in a genre that I don't like.