Got mine yesterday late evening and posted some pics online and promptly shared by my buddy DaimChoc. This highly anticipated figure is basically a mixed bag. On one hand it is undoubtedly the most modern and aesthetically pleasing Generations toy to date, but on the other hand, this figured is marred with some inconsistecies in terms of finishing and quality. One thing that you will immediately notice is the packaging is VERY light for a leader class toy. It does not have that, how shall I say, 'heft' to it. I was surprised when I picked up the carton and the lightness of the content was initially worrying. More on this later. Apart from the initial complaint of the lightness, there is also the hollowness that you have to put up with. It may be off putting to some as the hollow parts will definitely show especially on thigh area ans also the arms (minus the super parts). However there are ratchet joints that helped in the stability and posing is very easy with these joints. There are no ball joints tho. Another thing you will have to put up with is the quality of the plastic used. Compared it with, say, Generations Springer, you will notice the plastic used here is slightly softer and lighter. That resulted in some scary tolerance moments when transforming. Notice the picture below, I exerted some unnecessary force and you can see a crack between the pins. Take your time, slowly transform it. And yesss...light piping rocks! The transformation is the basic fold up and hands and legs and flip down the push the chest affair. Unlike the original Classics/Henkei Jetfire or the dreaded Movie leader Jetfire, you don't really see the bot mode hanging beneath the plane mode. It was implemented nicely with minimal robot kibble in the jet mode. There are no wrist swivel, the helmet detaches quite easily and everything tabs and locks into place nicely.The gun comes with a projectile, standard affair here. And somethig worthy of mention, he has heel spurs that helped with the balance, and he is strangely not back heavy with all the super parts. The super parts..hmm..all I can say is - tacky. It is nice but the red chrome kinda kills the aesthetics because it looked forced. If they have opted for a more regular matte red, it might look acceptable but the chrome stands out like a sore thumb and does not really contribute to the overall super mode except just making it look like it is trying to be a Henkei but not pulling it off very well. The base figure without the super parts looked good IMHO. Overall what do I think? First, Jetfire is definitely overdue for a makeover and making him a leader class was great. The design and overall look is ace in my books and Hasbro/TT captured the essence of Jetfire very well in toy form. The inclusion of the super parts is basically given viewing the origins of Jetfire but the execution of the color palette leaves alot to be desired. And speaking of execution, the plastic used was definitely a level lower compared to other Generations toy, especially the likes of Springer and Sandstorm. And, many asked, does he look good with MP10? My answer? No. Scalewise, at least. And with the few Classics/Generations figure I have left. Methinks when my iGear Starburst arrive it will scale nicely and look good together. All in all I will still give it 7/10 because it is Jetfire and because of the overall general looks.