Didn't see threads for the SS86 Deluxes, so here we go. Stumbled on these guys while searching for the voyagers, and they're pretty good. Kup is a decent sized deluxe, accurate to his appearance in the 1986 animated movie. Out of the box, he feels good in-hand, though on my copy, his detachable limbs feel a little questionable. They definitely aren't as secure as a normal mushroom peg, and they have a tendency to work themselves out of their sockets when you turn them. Hasbro seems to have licked this problem on the Weaponizers, so I'm not sure what's happening here. All four of his limbs pop off, if you so desire. Articulation is the new WFC/Generations standard, including waist rotation and ankle pivot. However, he lacks wrists, his hand seeing molded as part of the forearms. Here's how he stacks up against the TR mold. The TR guys feel a touch more flimsy/thin than he does, but I think they have the more enjoyable transformation. Plus the Titan Master adds play value that the SS86 just doesn't have. However, if you're offended by the headmaster gimmick, then SS is for you. As far as I can tell, there's no weapons storage in robot mode. Kup, like Blurr, completely lacks 5mm ports in vehicle mode, and the slots used for alt mode storage are covered by panels in robot mode. Unlike Jazz, his gun isn't even sculpted to accommodate a blast effect, though you can kind of jam one onto the long pointy end. Transformation! Its a little bit of a cluster around the shoulders/behind the fenders. The sides of the truck are on a sliding pin and it's a bit tricky to push it while also massaging the parts together. Otherwise, it's a shoving game to get that area to interlock. Vehicle mode: Weapons storage is on the sides. Overall, he's a solid, enjoyable figure who, while he doesn't outshine the TR version, is still enjoyable on his own terms.