>>7804005>POWERPUFF *cutesy synth line*
I have Magnus Prime and it's like a fatter CW Ultra Magnus, meaning it's a good toy but just a decent display piece. The panels on the arms don't flush into them, they don't seem to be designed to do so and it might stick out like a sore thumb if you don't like that kind of thing. The leg panels on the right leg of my copy don't stay tabbed for some reason but maybe they could be fixed.
What people thought was the worst part about it, the feet, are weird but they work. You have to tighten the screws on the red heels sticking out the back of the feet AND keep the feet on the center of the leg of it will fall down. The legs have this weird design based on the original toy that give it really small feet so they have to be kept centered around the axis of the legs to hold the weight of the figure.
If you have that in mind is a stable, solid toy.
No idea on Godbomber. I remember one of its releases had shit tolerances and fell off but I don't remember which was.