Studio Series 76 Thrust - Bumblebee Movie He is now green but still a conehead. As with some of my past reviews of redecos / remolds, this is not going to be a full review. Going to focus on differences and pictures. Thrust is a redeco and partial retool of Studio Series 72 Starscream. Thrust and Starscream have no shared parts with Studio Series Blitzwing despite the resemblances in bot mode. The green color scheme is a homage to Armada Thrust's deco. Aside from deco changes, Thrust has a new head mold and a new cone shaped hood over his head. His face looks the same as Blitzwing but is a different head mold. The cone hood is part of a newly molded upper torso piece and thus cannot be separated. There are some areas on Starscream that have more painted details compared to Thrust and vice versa. The clear canopy plastic is now more yellow and better matches the opaque painted faux cockpit area near the neck. The Decepticon faction logo is also different: bigger and paler in color. Some of the same issues from Starscream are copied over. The hands still cannot hold the short pegs on his weapons flush. The null rays seem to stay on OK, though. This is a known problem with many copies of Starscream (ours was OK). One of the null rays is noticeably more snug compared to the other. Overall, the null rays stay on good enough but YMMV. The null rays do not plug directly into the upper arms. The left wing tip appears to be fixed and doesn't pop off when rotated, as compared to Starscream (although reinforcing the mushroom peg fixes that). There is a new problem, however, with Thrust. His cone hood now severely restricts head movements. There is barely any rotation in any direction. Edit: See below regarding partially improving the head rotation. Bot Mode: The new head mold and cone shaped hood are the obvious new changes. This is maximum head rotation. Another view of the new conehead. Also shows the difference in faction symbols. Comparison with Starscream: When attempting to test the limits of rotation, the front half of the head just popped off. Our copy had no glue. This is a different head mold compared to Blitzwing. Alt mode: Externally, the alt mode appears the same. The new conehead mold doesn't interfere with transformation. Comparison with Starscream: Conclusion: If you liked the tetrajet mold, then Thrust is highly recommended. If you don't, Thrust will not win you over either. He carries many of the same weaknesses that Starscream has and has a new one with limited head mobility. He is not a simple recolor but has newly molded parts to establish his conehead look. Overall, we liked the figure. Purchased at MSRP from Target.com. Edit: Showing the wing tips pointed down per box art and movie. They are up in the instructions. Also, shown with UW Armada Thrust. On his back, it is possible to store the blaster using the same connections from alt mode. Edit #2: It is possible to get more rotation from the head: 45 degrees in either direction. Granted, it feels uncomfortable to do so and feels like something may break. By pressing back and trying to turn the head simultaneously, the "ears" may finally get clearance and move into the hood. Caution is needed to avoid paint scuffing as the head is painted. This is another view of back storage of the large blaster. Works better for Thrust than Starscream due to the cone shaped hood. Use the same alt mode tabs to attach.