Definitely. I'm wondering if that weird black mark on the bottom of his chin is a prototype error, given that it doesn't appear on the smiley face, seems crooked, and isn't part of his lip. If so, I think that throws things off a bit and he looks a lot better without it: EDIT: Actually, looking at it, I'm pretty sure the black mark on the bottom of his face is just a paint scratch. It looks like the prototype is black, spray-painted grey - there are a few marks where the black is showing through. That crease is strange, and does seem to appear in every photo - I'm hoping it's just a combination of the edges of the mouth blurring with the polygonal edges next to them. Yes, it's just a little weird that the cut-out includes a chunk of the window frame, too - maybe at the size it would have been too fragile otherwise? Definitely. The blurred shots made the eyes look tiny, but they are perfect. And I think you are right, it's the long nose that is bugging me the most, too - file it down a little and I think it looks a lot better: I'll be a bit nervous taking a nail file to a Masterpiece's face, though! Still, these nitpicks purely arise from this being the figure I've wanted for 30 years, so with all that build up it's inevitable that the real thing isn't going to exactly match the "ideal Bumblebee figure" I've always had in my head. It's pretty damn close, though, and I'm looking forward to Christmas - which is slightly ridiculous for a grown adult in March... Do it!