Just made my first trip to a Big Lots store. The toy section was only one shelf, but I got two cool KOs. Heinlad was $5. TMII Megatron was $10. Let's take a look: Not bad. Not bad at all. The paint apps obviously aren't close to the real thing, but there is enough paint to make it look alright. The clock isn't there, replaced by a sticker. But he still has his mighty tanookie robo-nads, and that's what's important. The goggles don't move like the original, and some joints are too loose and some are too tight. For $5, I'm happy. OK, this guy really feels like a KO. Pretty floppy, some connections are a bitch to make, etc. But still...that's a pretty cool color scheme. I like it. His wing extention gimick is present and working. All other gimicks have been removed. The covers to the wheels in his legs no longer open. His heels no longer articulate, making him difficult to stand (you need a PhD in action figure standology). The dragon tail is the same, rubber and all, but the dragon neck is a bizzaro new rubber mold with no armor plating. $10 and a cool deco of a great mold...with lots of drawbacks. You could do worse. And finally, each figure came with one of these guys. They're tiny specks of clear plastic molded into aligators wearing cuttoff jeans or something. To be thrown in as a bonus with cheap-ass KO toys, they must be virtually free to produce. Whatever. I like 'em.