Here's my review from the Devastator thread, slightly rewritten with brand new pictures! I've been a huge fan of Scavenger (aka Demolishor) for the longest time, ever since the impactful bridge-destroying scene appeared in the trailers. There was something about his design that separated him from other wheelbots and I got hooked on it in a big way. Sadly, the original Voyager Class figure was a rather huge letdown in an equally big way. Firstly, while there was a charm to having the threads actually become the wheels, way too much was sacrificed in the process, including having the wheels ending up hollow and not being able to roll. Not to mention, they didn't even bother giving him elbow articulation, making a basic tripod stance impossible. The Legends Class figure faired a little better with its abilitly to roll and combine, though its biggest flaw was that the vehicle mode treads ended up as kibble. This Leader Class figure is the best of both worlds. I'm definitely coming from a biased perspective as I love the design, but this toy is such an excellent execution of it and it might be my favorite main line release in a long, long time. Not only are the wheels solid, allowing the figure to roll, the treads just disappear into the wheels, staying true to the spirit of the on-screen transformation. Thanks to the transformation, the bottom wheel can even turn from side to side! The articulation is also top-notch, allowing for the figure to not only stand, but for the figure to also achieve some kick-ass poses that just weren't doable with the Voyager Class. It can even balance unsupported on its one wheel! ...and if you're creative, you can even recreate the bike mode! All in all, the visual juxtaposition between the boxy excavator mode and two-wheeled bot mode makes both modes really unique, encouraging you to keep transforming him back and forth. The transformation itself is both fun and intuitive. It's complex enough to be satisfying but simple enough to be intuitive and addictive. I've had him for weeks and I'm still fiddling with him whenever I get the chance. Even if this figure didn't have the combination gimmick, I'd highly recommend picking this guy up.