Most of you guys have probably seen the larger size KO Kabaya kits I've had for sale for a while. There are about 30 types total in that size. Well, I recently came across smaller size KO Kabaya kits. They're a lot harder to find than the big ones for some reason, but there are a heck of a lot more of them-- somewhere around 52. But, like I said, they're hard to get ahold of, so I haven't been able to find too many. I thought I'd review one of the more interesting ones I got. Slugslinger Slugslinger is about 1 3/4 inches tall. He's part of an assortment full of Targetmasters which each come with little 3/4 inch long Targetmasters companions. He's very simple to put together, about 14 small pieces total. The instructions are kind of a bitch; they're printed on the inside of the box, so you have to unfold the box, and they're really small and a bit blurry. Thankfully, it's pretty easy to tell how it all assembles, because the numbers on the diagram are clear and there aren't a lot of pieces, so it's kind of intuitive. When assembled he's about the size of a Micromaster, maybe a little shorter. As you would imagine, the transformation to jet mode is very simple: you just fold the jet front over his heads and bend his legs backward onto his back. He has elbow, thigh, knee, and foot articulation. The Targetmaster really doesn't do much; he's just a little brick with a turret coming out of his back, but he can fit both in Slugslinger's hand and on the top of the jet like the real toy. Overall, this is one of my favorites of these kits. There's not much plastic flash on it at all, it holds together well when assembled, and the Targetmaster companion is a nice bonus. I don't have this particular one for sale right now, but I might be getting more in 2 months. Like I said, these are really hard to find in China now for some reason. However, I do have some others for sale on Ebay right now if anyone is interested.