Override continues to look great in robot mode and just annoying in altmode -- seriously, just something to give the area around her head some cohesiveness in altmode would have been most welcome. The rear of the car being somewhat small (because the boots are so big) is also an odd look, but it might just be the angle.
On the subject of this series...
These have surprisingly hit locally in one fell swoop, but at wild prices that have forced me to slow down and rethink purchases even more. The first wave of Legacy had already introduced these price changes, but I wanted more from this series. Not surprisingly, Cosmos is the hot potato.
There's also this one, but since everyone and their dog has a Sideswipe (and even a Red Alert, who the local distributor was able to bring over) by now it may be a teensy bit less of a draw.
Of course I remain fond of the custom I made (thought retiring it would be as easy as the ones before, but... it looks good here), but then I was able to make paint and budget decisions Hasbro likely didn't (and I didn't really care as much about making this distinct from Red Alert). The change to that light gray for the red bits on RA does result in a pronounced visual difference, but one that renders Clampdown somewhat bland.
I am still tempted to get a second Red Alert and do some parts swapping, but the fact that the elbows and knees are rivets makes that a difficult proposition. Tried using a soldering iron on Siege RA's for the Clampdown custom, but they wouldn't budge. This may mean I have to move the entire arms and legs over between molds, which will cause some incongruity in altmode (as well as losing Clampdown's badges).
Robot mode would benefit, though (especially once I swap the shin panels).