I don't know why, but this set really speaks to me. As soon as I saw it, I ordered.
I know it has nothing to do with Botropolis and that's a huge troll... but I love the contents!
I guess it helps that I don't have a particularly strong attachment to Botropolis and that whole part of Transformers. Plus I've spent the last several years just ignoring names and established whatnots on the packaging anyway and just going with my own thing. These sets do seem like one wasted opportunity after another fictionwise, but it's not like Prime Wars and WFC haven't already inured me to that being a lacking thing.
I'm just glad to finally see a fun set. Certainly after the expected "we moved some Selects around" redecos/retools of Ironhide, Arcee, and Prowl; odd choices like a Nightbeat-shades Punch/Counterpunch; a not-bad-but-not-really-impressive Micromaster bunch (which tbf I'm still interested in); and "Oh Hey, We Found A Release Venue For These" Autobot Clones that don't even seem to do the same "here's an alternate deco" thing the Decepticon Clones did.
Here we get some mostly unexpected and pretty neat redecos that complement previous items (Countdown, a redeco of whom would've been a nice inclusion but I get it; Sky Lynx, and Phaser/Blast Master). I'm pleasantly surprised that the Doubledealer rocket is even included -- have we ever seen a Leader accessory repurposed like this? -- to complete the overall vibe. The Sixwing Storm Jet deco is a surprise, but a nice reference to a now-underrepresented corner of the brand's history (plus it just plain looks nice). Sure, the naming situation is by-now-typical blergh, but as noted above that's easy enough to ignore and work around.
Now I want to track down another copy of Direct-Hit/Power Punch to make a Barrage/Heave from.