This set is definitely one of the better ones so far for the Pokémon line. First off, the Munchlax figure is pretty good. I'm not very familiar with the original character, but it is a very mive little build, and it would have been worthy of its own set, even if just one of the pokéball ones. That said, Snorlax is still by far the best part of this set, and one of the better Pokémon builds in general. The construction is very entertaining, using very different and interesting building techniques, and the way his large, round and fluffy body slowly comes together is just amazing. The final result is very accurate to the in-game/show model, with a real and appropiate heft to it. Ironically, this very lazy and sleepy creature ends up having better articulation than, say, Charizard or Blastoise. The only major problem I have with this set is that it is somewhat overpriced. Maybe if they would have made Munchlax into a Pokeball set, so they could have sold Snorlax on his own as a 20 dollar set, this wouldn't be an issue, though I do understand the added benefit of getting both evolutions in a single package. Overall, a very good set, and a definite must-buy if you can find it for 20 bucks or less.