I finally got to open my Action Toys Voltes V with all the time I have at home. It's nowhere near the quality level of any comparable Chogokin, and I certainly wasn't expecting that. But at forty bucks, I was willing to give it a shot.
Moving features on each Volt unit are essentially nil; you have movable claws on the Volt Panzer and the Volt Lander has flip out drills, but that's all.
Combined mode is approximately 5 inches. Everything is plastic and the paint apps are done nicely, with nary a spot of slop. All the Volt units combined easily per the instructions and the only partsforming going on is with the hands/fists with three different pairs to choose from. Swivels and ball joints at the hips, ankles, and shoulders govern the range of motion at the limbs. No waist rotation though, and the head, while on a ball joint, will require the rear half of Volt Cruiser to raise up to look around.
The only weapon it has is the sword, no frills here. Overall, it's not too bad of a toy. I would compare its feel to that of a solidly built garage kit. I think any Voltes fan who requires a desk toy to tinker around with would dig it. If anything it just whets my appetite for the humungous DX version that Bandai is working on.