First off, as he's packaged in vehicle mode, Badcube made their biggest departure from their other minibots. Huffer isn't a slanted window cab like G1. He's got a decidedly real-world altmode. In hand it looks good and feels solidly tabbed and rolls. He can tow Prime's trailer without any modifications to truck mode.
Transformation is insanely easy. Nothing feels loose, too tight, or fragile. Everything moves smoothly and tabs securely. This is, without a doubt, Badcube's finest transformation.
Robot mode has nothing to complain about. This IS Huffer. The painted details, colors, and feel are all premium. Everything tabs in securely, and the balance allows him to achieve poses the Cubex version could only dream of. Weapons tab securely into his hand as well.
Scale fits perfectly with other MP figures.
Now, some comparisons to the Cubex version of Huff (custom painted on the legs and torso due to paint chipping common with that mold).
- Huge improvement over previous Huff.
- Great balance for a toy that looks top-heavy.
- Truck isn't G1 accurate.