I've just received Generations Tankor. I can take some pictures but I'm not sure how to host or post them in the review. Vehicle mode is heavily based on the Beast Machines show version of Tankor but stretched so it's a longer tank. The weapon clips on and comes with a translucent red, slightly rubbery missile, that fires through one of those friction balls. Tank mode is quite gappy, with open spaces at the top front of the tank, which form the lower legs in robot mode. The rear tank treads also have a large chunk of plastic missing, so they don't really look like treads. No instructions so perhaps I've transformed him wrong. There's a small round peg hole in each rear tread gap that might mean there's parts missing that fill in the gap. However from Hasbro's official pictures, the gap appears to be there too. As on the show, the head is just sat there, on top of the tank. The blue plastic and matching blue metallic paint is really nice. The 'cheap' grey plastic that no-one seemed keen on is actually a bluey grey and doesn't look as bad in person. The tank rolls on 3 small, cheap looking plastic wheels. One at each side at the front and one in the middle at the back. Transformation is very simple. Basically unpegging the legs, folding up the feet and flipping a panel to cover the gap in the front of the lower legs. The chest panel lifts up, allowing the arms to fold out and then the head folds back into place and the chest panel pegs in slightly higher up. A decent range of articulation from swivels, hinges and universal joints. No ball joints. Arms feel a bit on the long and skinny side, almost reaching his feet. He's very stocky but short. In robot mode the top of his head is roughly in line with the top of Generations Armada Starscream's shoulders. He's about the same height as classics Bumblebee. He has a two coloured version of the Vehicon logo on his chest. There is an alternative transformation of the legs that gives him more show accurate legs. Overall a nice figure but I think a lot will feel he's too small. I'll be interested to see what the Takara version looks like (assuming there will be one). Probably even more metallic.