Originally Posted by Den-O
The difference is that what your talking about is the actual transforming one. This monstrosity can't even do that much. It's just pathetic that being able to take the arms off of a figure counts as an action feature and a selling point.
No, the one I'm referring to is the one pictured at the top of the page. With the arms from it mounted on the back of the Gigazord it lets you retain the clawzord's claws on top while giving you another peg for attachements. This lets you raise the beetle and swordfish higher to give the gigazord the look of having a broader chest area, also it could be used to mount the front legs of the tiger tank to give it massive drills that hang over the shoulder.
It could be alot more streamlined if you removed the extra beetle and swordfish from the arms and took off the extra claws on the side (which I have holding the two disks).
I understand that many people are mainly interested in a streamlined, show-accurate design...my picture was just to show how these extra zords (simply through limb-swapping or whatever) can provide a ton a play value to kids. These are basically Lego megazords, lol.