Okay, time for one of the newer molds. Topspin, Perceptor and Kup are the 3 new deluxe molds in the wave, and you guys may know all 3 of them from IDW's Last Stand Of The Wreckers. This is his first official update ever since his original toy's release. He's surprisingly good, but there are a few things that slightly irk me. Topspin has a good range of articulation, having ball joints, swivels in the upper arms and double jointed elbows, and he also has waist articulation, swivel joins in the upper legs, and of course his knees. While his chest design is very good, and emulates his old design, the body feels a little too big for me. The guns can clip on together, and as seen in the picture of the back shot, there is a 3rd peg created by combining the 2 guns that Topspin can hold. Upper shot of Topspin. You can see that he has a very good headsculpt, and you can see a good amount of detail on his chest. This is Topspin's Titanmaster, Freezeout. It seems to be a new mold entirely. Okay, now this is the other thing that annoys me. Unlike most of the Titanmasters, Freezeout's head seems to be less bulky than others, which makes it a little hard for me to insert the head into the body. I have to wedge it in carefully for fear that I might break it. Take care when handling him. Topspin's transformation shares similarities with Triggerhappy, except instead of a joint on the back rotating his nosecone and legs, the joint is now the chest, while the cockpit and nosecone simply fold out of his back. His legs collapse on themselves for transformation, but unlike other figures (such as the Combiner Wars jets), the legs do not close fully. Don't worry, the legs clip on each other. This is Topspin's vehicle mode, and it looks to be a very nice update of the Jumpstarter figure. I really like the design, although the back portions seem lacking. For a height comparison, here's Topspin with Astrotrain and Roadburn (Chase). Overall, the figure is pretty good, and serves as a worthy update for the Wrecker, but the chest still feels a little too big IMO, and attaching the head scares me a little. From looking at the figure a few times, I can see Twin Twist and Misfire being made out of him. Pick him up if you want to, but be careful with the head.