Yes, maybe. I have the 8 inch Bandai version of that but I probably would get the Ultimates version too, if Super7 end up doing it. I had all 3 versions of Bandai's 8 inch classics Lion-O so I'll most likely end up with 3 again but this time with one being Mattel and the other 2 being Super7. Lion-O is certainly a character I can't get enough of in figure form. I've also got the LJN version, Savage World version, Bandai 6 inch classic, Bandai 6 inch 2011 version and Bandai 4 inch 2011 version. He was the first superhero-type character that I started to follow when I was a kid. There were others after but I think Thundercats may have been the first action-packed show I discovered, therefore making Lion-O the first fictional character I looked up to. Watching Thundercats is one of my earliest memories. At that time it hadn't totally fallen away but it wasn't long before other stuff came along and took it's place. However, it always remained a favourite and I had some videos of it that I used to re-watch. I remember getting them. I was a big fan of the show as soon as I saw it. It was a good thing I got those videos when I did because they went out of production not too long after I got them. I now have the entire series on DVD and there were quite a lot of episodes that I didn't see originally but I found some of them very impressive. I think it's aged pretty well compared to a lot of other things. I remember wanting to get it on DVD way before it got released on DVD. We had to wait a while to get that. There was a very long period of time between the days of it being on TV and VHS here in the UK and the DVDs being released.