Exia was the last MG I built and one of my favorites. The build is unique and the design is just... in a word... AWESOME!EDIT: Apparently, dalong.net doesn't like when I use their images so just click on the links instead
Now, regarding the Nemo... Look at these.
I'll admit... Not the most flashy of suits, and he got very little screen time in Z.http://www.dalong.net/review/mg/m88/p/m88_02.jpg
This is the inner frame of the suit. Not to shabby given the price I paid.http://www.dalong.net/review/mg/m88/p/m88_20.jpg
With the right customizations, this guy can be a little badass! First pic has the ballute system as part of the customization. Out of the box he already comes set up for equipping that.
He was $33.88 from http://www.gundamstoreandmore.com
For comparison, that's only a few dollars more than a MG Ball and the same as some of the older version 1.0 kits. This guy comes with a full inner frame (excluding some parts at the shoulders), an extra joint in the wrists allowing him to bend his hands up and down, a bunch of moving and working pistons in his legs and so on.
Hip mechanism for added posing.http://www.dalong.net/review/mg/m88/p/m88_30.jpg
And here's what I'm talking about. Look at all the details and gimmicks in his legs alone.http://www.dalong.net/review/mg/m88/p/m88_55.jpghttp://www.dalong.net/review/mg/m88/p/m88_56.jpghttp://www.dalong.net/review/mg/m88/p/m88_57.jpg
From what I can tell, the MG Nemo was basically a test bed for all the new designs and tech put into the 2.0 kits. The only reason he's so cheap is because he's sort of under the radar. Slap a v-fin on this guy and rename him and he'd fly off the shelves I think. Dalong gives him a rating of 96. That's 2 less than the MG Zeta 2.0, MK 2.0's and even the brand new MG Duel Assault Shroud. It's the same rating as the MG Deathscythe.http://www.dalong.net/review/mg/m88/p/m88_58.jpg