This guy got delivered today, along with Top Spin, so here's a quick look at him. First, there seems to have been some reworking done to the ports for the Titan Masters as both Percie's and Top Spin's head click into place and require quite a bit of force to remove them. The Titan Master has absolutely no paint on him other than Perceptor's face, and with him being mostly black, it's damn near impossible to make out the sculpted details. He's your basic Titan Master we've seen over and over again by now. Perceptor himself is really nice. He has a great amount of articulation, minus a waist, wrist swivels or ankle tilt, but what joints are there work really well. No looseness or floppiness anywhere on this guy. The shoulders are a bit of an issue as they hinge up for bot mode, but don't lock in anywhere that I can see, so they have a habit of swinging down when posing the figure. Other than that, no issues I can see. His microscope mode is pretty neat. There are pegs on the "base" of the microscope for Titan Masters. The coolest part though is that the microscope actually has lenses on both ends and when you twist the knob on top, it extends the barrel! That's a really nice touch that Hasbro didn't need to include. The "tank" mode is pretty weak. There isn't anywhere for a Titan Master, other than the pegs on the base of the microscope. Overall, it feels like it's just there because the G1 figure could do it. Out of the deluxes we've had so far in the line, I'd say Percie easily ranks in the top 5. He's solid, doesn't feel cheap and looks really good. It would have been nice if he could have pulled off a prone sniping position since his rifle has a stand on the barrel, but he's still a solid figure and a much better update than the Generations one from a few years back.