Just typing as I go... -Having a hard time locating a loose joint! Almost every joint is tight as a motherfucker. One of the taillights is floppy but that's all I can find. -I really think they needed some kind of notch or something on his "ears" to make the visor gimmick a little easier to use. Rotating them is close to impossible. -His proportions are almost right except for too-short forearms. His poseability is about as good as it should be, but his shoulderpads can get stuck against the corners of his backpack...that just plain shouldn't happen. Also, his feet are tight but don't have much range of motion at all. Perplexing, as it's not like they don't have room to move. I would not say the toy is well-balanced. -His right hand can hold his guns. His left hand? Forget about it. -Transformation is just insane. I never imagined how many hoops they would have to jump through just to achieve this toy. That having been said, there's a lot of problems with connections that don't even come close to doing their job. The feet are only held in place underneath the carseats by some vague divots and the driver's side foot in particular is ridiculously hard to line up. The gray calf pieces that are supposed to peg into the waist do nothing at all. And why would they let the pelvis just scrape on the ground? There doesn't seem to be any way to avoid it, and I don't think these are issues that Hasbro's going to be able to correct. -Well, once you've got the pieces into some configuration approximating the car mode, it looks fantastic. But there is no way you will get all four wheels on the ground. Seems to me that the wheels needed to be bigger. The fact that they pull down a tiny bit just doesn't cut it. -Went to winnebago mode, didn't get a scratch on the fin. I think the channel that the fin slides into is especially large on the trailer I got, which is nice and all, but it's got other problems; namely, the truck hood piece doesn't hold on for shit. It's like they forgot how to make a functional tab. I don't own every single MP but I can't recall any of them being this impossible to peg together. -I actually like the INSIDE of the trailer because in addition to the cannon acting as a sort of a support (remember his balance isn't very good), the sides have specialized places to store all of Roddy's extra crap. Do I regret buying it? Well, yeah, a little bit. But I went in knowing I probably wasn't going to be playing with it extensively. As a display item it's magnificent in any mode; it's just that all the shit in between modes can get pretty exasperating.