As one of the Kingdom "Battle Across Time Collection" Amazon exclusive sets, the WFC-K40 Autobot Mirage & Maximal Grimlock 2-pack includes a figure of BW Maximal Grimlock (which was a redeco of Kingdom Dinobot with a new head) and an Earth-mode Mirage figure (Which was a heavy retool of Siege Mirage to accommodate the new Earth-mode F1 racecar look). For this thread, the focus will be on Kingdom Maximal Grimlock, the somewhat... more controversial figure of the set, depending on your POV. Robot Mode As a redeco of Kingdom Dinobot that homages the Beast Wars Grimlock toy, this figure function-wise is identical to Dinobot (And also inherits all of Kingdom Dinobot's pros and cons) Deco-wise, it's hard to deny that the colors of this figure... aren't really for everyone; And the lack of the black spots seen on the original BW toy isn't ideal, making this deco seem plainer than it actually was in person. It's an okay-looking color scheme, on its own merit but could be disappointing for anyone who wants a full-on accurate homage to the old BW Grimlock toy. Aside from the deco, another standout difference that differentiates this figure from Dinobot is the head-sculpt, with an aesthetic reminiscent of the original BW Dinobot toy's face-plated head. The eyes are painted in a nice shade of green color, but the eyes are so deeply buried within the head that it's almost impossible to see them in pictures. QC-wise, my BW Grimlock's joints do feel smoother to play with than my Dinobot, and he poses remarkably well with various joints making this figure pose just as well as Dinobot. Just like Kingdom Dinobot, Kingdom Maximal Grimlock comes with the same loadout of "spinning" rotor tail shield and sword. These aren't the most dynamic weapons around, but they do complement this figure quite well. Comparison with (My slightly customized/painted) Kingdom Dinobot: When standing next to Kingdom Dinobot, the deco differences are quite apparent; With some deco differences that are better for the overall figure, but also manages to look plainer in some areas. Velociraptor Mode Just like most of the BW figures in Kingdom, Grimlock here features a more detailed and realistic take on its beast mode (Rather than the smooth, primitive CGI-looking beast modes seen in the BW cartoon). When looking at this Velociraptor mode, it's obvious that this is the weaker mode of the two, with various compromises been made to allow the robot mode to be as good as it was while also manages to have a smooth, intuitive transformation. At the same time, some of the deco changes allow this flawed velociraptor mode to look better when compared to Dinobot's beast mode; Instead of Dinobot's purple sword tip sticks out uglily when stored in the beast mode's tail, Grimlock's all-white sword actually blends in with the colors of the beast mode. The plastic color changes of the "Boobs/hip joints" to white also make these kibbles look less obvious than on Dinobot. Conclusion Depending on your preferences, this may be either the most or least interesting figure in this 2-pack. While this figure may not be for everyone, Kingdom Maximal Grimlock is still a good figure on its own merit and a serviceable homage to the old BW Grimlock toy. This figure so far, is only available as part of an exclusive 2-pack which isn't ideal; Wherever or not it's worth double-dipping on this mold or getting this 2-pack just for this figure, that's something only you can decide on your own.