Here is my full review on Studio Series 75 Jolt. I can't believe this is the last new mold we will be getting from SS this year. Starting off with the packaging, it's the typical SS box. The box art looks amazing as this may be the very first accurate CGI model of Jolt we have seen for the past 12 years. Especially with the close up of his head which is very different from all the ROTF concept arts we are so used to seeing. Now there is 1 issue with the packaging and I really don't understand how this even got approved during production. So we all know Jolt is from ROTF and the box states the backdrop is the pyramid desert battle. HOWEVER, he comes with the DOTM bridge battle as his backdrop but it is labeled with the ROTF logo. Seriously Hasbro? I guess y'all don’t really care for the bayverse figures anymore. Starting off with the vehicle mode. It is a licensed Chevy Volt. I must say this vehicle looks super clean and really accurate. Love the silver paint on the front grill and on the side mirrors too. I really like the blue they used and the smoky black plastic they used for the whole roof looks fantastic and it feels pretty sturdy too. I also like how the back of his arms somewhat look like details below the car at the back. The wheels look amazing with plenty of detail and paint all around the rims. One issue I have is that the vehicle has barely any clearance to roll. It almost touches the ground with less than 1 mm of space. But he can still roll well, more so on surfaces with more friction. Overall the vehicle is really accurate and looks superb. Now onto the transformation. He's pretty much a complicated shellformer with the whole roof of the car ending up on his back. But I must say his conversion is really unique. Pros: Overall still really good engineering and i really like the arm and leg transformation Not overly complicated or simple. Cons: Very cluttered and parts constantly clash while transforming from robot to car The tabs on the rear headlights section are very tight and thin as well, high chance of stress marks and breakage over time Can be a challenge to tab everything in place For robot mode. He looks amazing! We finally have a movie accurate Jolt after 12 years. Plenty of details present that we could not see in the film. I really like how the torso looks with all those mechanical details. Pros: Very movie accurate Headsculpt looks fantastic Good colour variation Phenomenal sculpted details all over Cons: Thigh kibble can be very annoying in posing and transformation Backpack does not tab in place for me Can be difficult to balance due to lack of ankle pivot and odd shape of feet Arm joints are a little loose Articulation is decent for a deluxe but kibble does restrict some poses especially the legs. He does have a waist swivel and an ab crunch for transformation. He lacks a thigh swivel but has one right below the knee. Accessories kinda suck as the whips are solid straight gray plastic and barely any flex to them, making them look more like spears. Weapon storage isn't the best but at least he can store it in robot mode. I do like the weapon integration as his thumbs do get removed and can also be tabbed on the hip skirts. A word of caution as the fingers are really tiny and it's easy to lose. He can do some great dynamic poses nonetheless. Overall thoughts: Jolt is a decent deluxe. For a character that appeared for less than a minute I think Hasbro did well. There could be some improvements made to robot mode but in general still a solid entry into the SS line. I'd give an 8/10 and would recommend it to any Bayverse fan. Below are some comparisons and I apologise in advance if my pictures are not bright enough. I'm willing to do more comparisons and take better pictures as long as I have them. I hope my review helps you guys in deciding your purchase!