This review has been somewhat late in coming, as I promised it more than a week ago. Cybertron recently hit the shelves here, at a local Fred Meyer, and they got one box of goodies. Two VPs and two Crumplezones. One VP went to Armada_MK, one vanished, and I got a Crumplezone. The other one became the first official Cybertron shelfwarmer and sat there for more than a week. (though I hear it got bought now.) What can I say, it's Crumplezone! Vehicle Mode: In his vehicle mode, Crumplezone is a three wheeled......thing. His tires are clear blue, which gives him better gas milage. The overall color is dark green, with some applipations of light green paint. He has two engine pods that normally face backwards, though they swing forward when the Force Chip is inserted, and are able to shoot missles, a valuable neccesity in a race. The cockpit has a clear blue canopy, but does not open. Luckily the pilot inside has long since suffocated to death, and is no longer banging on the window begging for a bathroom break. Transformation is simple and easy, as this toy was designed for young children. The legs swing back, the arms fold out, the chest folds down, and you are done. Somewhere in there the front wheel vanishes, and keeps my nephew perplexed for hours. Robot Mode: In his robot mode, Crumplezone looks like a big green munky trukk. Probably because he is. His legs are Deluxe sized, wheras his arms are Ultra sized. His brain however is Minicon sized, so I conclude that he was constructed from a junk pile. In this mode, when you insert the Force Chip, the engines of destruction will swing out over his shoulders. Be sure you have a firm grasp of the figure, as this momentum would otherwise knock him down. His feet are big, and his arms are light, making him actually fairly posable in this mode. Oh, I failed to mention that when you insert the Force Chip, he also makes a sound that is vaguely violent in nature, but I have long since removed the batteries and put them in my laser pointer. Comparisons: That's Remy's site in the background, I'd recomend checking that for a better look. Vehicle Front Vehicle Back Force Chip Gimmick Robot Front Robot Back All in all, if you like the Galaxy Force/Cybertron line, go ahead and get him, but I'd do it domestically. In other words, he's worth $20. 7 out of 10 As for me, I'm going to see if I can mod the engine of my car to fire missiles.