I fear that this will end VERY soon, as it probably is a black friday thing, and black friday is already over a week ago. I wish I had known earlier. $70 is a lot of money to dump all at once on stickers, and had I known last week, I could have managed to snag the smaller sets I want, this week.
I only noticed at all because mild curiosity had me going to check to see if they made a set for MMC's Inferno. For some reason I don't get emails from them, even though I keep signing up to their mailing list.
Good god, the TR Max set is a flippin' nightmare to apply. Nothing is numbered, some aren't pointed out in photos, and *some* aren't photoed at all.
I'd say there's a good twenty-five to thirty percent guesswork. In my second session of applying stickers (first session took 3 hours before I gave up), and I'm going to end up with at least eight stickers that aren't acknowledged in any way that I can see, and I have no clue where they're supposed to go. The rest are windows that aren't very well documented leading to guess work which sizes go where.
I had forgotten how much I genuinely dislike the titan class.
I can't decide which one was harder or easier to do. Max doesn't transform, which is in a way easier. No flipping between modes. But he *is* the size of a child. Moving around those limbs to put labels on him is awkward. Max's labels are largely guesswork, too.
Tryp *does* transform, and he's a much more awkward shape. But you can take his legs off which makes it much easier. His labels are labeled, which makes that easier, though there is still about 2% guesswork. It was more difficult putting the labels on him, and after five hours I'm still not done.