I found this on another site while looking up Titans Return Blitzwing. (Was trying to find an some images of that Megatron mold done up as Blitzwing but instead I got this.) http://tfwiki.net/mediawiki/images2/7/7c/Diaclone_Overcharge_and_Rotorbolt.jpg Apparently that's Overcharge, the original Diaclone version of what would later become the original Blitzwing. The other guy however I've never seen before. His name is Rotorbolt and I think he is the worst triple changer ever. The main six triple changers that we got in G1 all had vastly different alt modes, usually a land mode and a flying mode except for Broadside who had a water mode in place of the land mode. This dude however transforms from a flying vehicle into a flying vehicle... What is the point of that? When you can transform into a jet why would you ever need to use a helicopter? The jet is much faster and easier to maneuver. It makes sense for Springer or Sandstorm to turn into helicopters because they can't fly otherwise but when you have a jet mode the helicopter is just redundant. That's like having a triple changer who can transform into a car or a truck. If they're both land vehicles what's the point of transforming? There would be no reason to ever use the slower alt mode. When your alt modes are so vastly different there's more of a reason to use both modes. You don't always need to be in the air. What were they thinking when they designed this guy? There was also apparently suppose to be a grey repaint named Fumes. Neither version of this figure ever made it into the Transformers toy line. I can see why. And I thought Sandstorm was bad because he is essentially just a less popular Springer. Kinda wish we had actually gotten Dropshot though. He'd be the only triple changer with a beast mode... which actually kind of reminds me of the current Alpha Trion figure. Except instead of a lion he kind of looked like... whatever Sky-Lynx is... actually kinda wish we had gotten Dropshot instead of Sky-Lynx.