With the wave 8 deluxe figures of Studio Series available early in Malaysia at Mid Valley Megamall, I went there and decided to buy the newest SS-49 Bumblebee, which is the most recent SS Bumblebee figure and this figure is based on Bayverse Bumblebee's 2008 Concept Camaro form. For what it is, this is a pretty decent figure of Bayverse Bumblebee. In robot mode, SS-49 Bumblebee here looks quite good with some pretty good joints for some good poses; I especially like that the door wings has some swivel joints that allows the door wings to be positioned in different ways according to preference, even through the articulation range of the shoulders will get restricted a bit when the door wings was in certain position. For accessory, SS-49 here includes Bumblebee's signature arm cannon weapon. Unlike the previous Studio Series Bumblebee figures like SS-01 or SS-18, the way the cannon is mounted here is quite different as the cannon can just been plugged into the hands without needing to remove the arms. Despite what the official stock photos shows, the arm cannon can actually been plugged into the left arm; But due to the way the cannon is been sculpted, the arm cannon can only been plugged into the left hand from the bottom, exposing the top of the left hand. Not the most beautiful in terms of weapon integration, but it's something you can do. Transformation-wise, SS-49 here is a bit of a pain in the ass. I won't say it's difficult and the way this figure transforms is pretty interesting in theory, but the transformation relies more on multiple panels that needs to be pegged together with a number of tabs, and if you didn't position something in the right orientation then you won't have an easy time transforming it. The car mode is pretty decent, and pretty well-detailed for its size. Despite what I said about the transformation is far from the easiest of process, the car mode stays well once you get everything in the way it's supposed to. In terms of weapon storage in car mode.... you basically just peg the cannon at the back of the car mode which has 2 rectangle shaped tab hole to accommodate the cannon. To be honest, this looks kinda lame. Overall, this figure is pretty much what I expected from a Studio Series figure. I quite like this figure and didn't regret picking it up through.