1. The figure is 27.5cm at the head and 29.5cm including the rail on his back and weighs in at 895g. 2. The figure looks very G1 accurate. He rates the look a 9. The figure is lacking detail due to G1 accuracy, so folks who want more panel details might be disappointed. Overall it looks great. 3. A quick comparison between the NA Devastator and the Weijiang and official Omega Supreme for comparison. 4. The NA figure is the most toon accurate. The official has a lot of sculpted details. The Weijiang is the tallest and has the best price. 5. Articulation is mostly self-explanatory. He does mention the paint chipping on the chest. That's due to the figure having an Autobot symbol sticker there, and he had to remove the faction symbol because it's 3rd party and that caused the paint chipping/scratching. He doesn't say who added the sticker there. The drop-down hinge in the thigh can be used to give him some extra height if you want to. There are also rubbery parts on the bottom of his feet for better grip. The figure can be put into a lot of natural looking poses. 6. Transformation is also self-explanatory. The 2 little thin pegs on the bottom bottom of the tank is there to keep the tank in the rails. He really likes the transformation. The arms being one piece is fresh and interesting. It's a lot of fun to transform. 7. He puts the other NA figures on the base for comparison and demonstrates the motorized function of the tank. 8. He really likes the figure. The only downside for him is the price. It's 800rmb, and he thinks 500-600 is easier to swallow.