I got my Justitoys Shockwave today.... and I'm kind of put off from buying any more of their toys in the future. Blaster had some bad QC with the arm and hip joints being floppy. Shockwave is a bit better but the right arm was like cooked wet spaghetti. A problem that can be owner-fixed is still a problem. Aside from loose joints the toy is okay but the stuff made by heerotoysmaker is 50 times better as far as quality goes.
I was willing to pass on Astrotrain because it's too large(and I can get a vintage G1 version for cheaper!), but was considering Sixshot and the Dinobots 5-pack. I think now I'll just pass instead. Common problems with the Dinobots I found were a habit of missing accessories, transparent parts breaking too easily and Swoop having design problems. It seems the first shipments of Shockwave would break on first transformation due to a stuck joint. Eh well, at least they didn't use the "shampoo bottle" plastic here like they used on Blaster.
If these 2 figures are an indication of the company's overall line then I'm content not to buy more. I paid $35 for Shockwave and his arm needs to sit for a day or 2 so the acrylic varnish can harden.