Got my first Classics/Generations last month with Wheeljack. Fell in love and felt like a kid back in 2nd grade again. My only criticism is that his waist/hips should be able to pull down below the windshield in bot mode for both looks and added height. Other than that, he's an ideal G1 Wheeljack. Gotta find Tracks now!
Found RTS Bumblebee at Ross and, though I was less impressed, he's still a great representation of G1 Bee and I can get some great poses out of him for display. I just wish he had a gun, wrist articulation and more leg and ankle articulation. Also wish he had a waist, but I guess I'm nitpicking. Love the head sculpt, big feet, squat proportions, and transformation scheme.
Picked up Kup at TRU. He's a good representation of the character, but he seems less inspired than other Generations figures. His legs are bland, though I do love his big feet with great ankle articulation, and the panels on his forearms are too large. I love his rifle, color scheme, head sculpt, and the automorph torso transformation.
Huge thanks to DinoJack86 for hooking me up with Perceptor, Warpath, and especially Jazz. DinoJack86 is a pleasure to deal with and look forward to buying from him again.
Perceptor is a little lanky in the arms and thighs with a tricky transformation and an unstable bot mode, but he still looks great displayed in bot mode. Accurate color scheme, I love the knobs on his forearms, his foldable chest plate, and his retractable shoulder cannon with translucent sight.
Warpath's blockiness really works for him. He looks tough, though I would love wrist and ankle articulation.
Jazz is like the crown jewel of Classics molds! Absolute perfection. The designers going the extra mile with his speakers feature is just the icing on the cake. Awesome.