Red Hawk's packaging is fairly simple, but nicely evokes the early 90s feel of Super Sentai that Jetman comes from. The red packing is emblazoned with gold text and images of the figure, while the back includes a few action poses, images of the accessories and a sectioned off box showing off the Akibaranger accessory.
The Jetman costumes are fairly elaborate in comparison to some of the other Super Sentai Figuarts, and Bandai have pulled it off fantastically. The large white sections break up the primary red colour nicely, with the yellow highlighting finishing the ensemble off. The belt buckle and neck crest are moulded perfectly, and the helmet looks great with its glossy paint job. Once again Bandai show off that they've improved the shoulders on their Sentai Figuarts since the release of the Shinkengers, with more fluid movement that makes posing far easier (and with the neck piece, the design itself is far less obtrusive to the overall look of the figure). The only flaw in what is an otherwise perfect figure is once again missing out on the bicep swivel included on the Gokaiger figures, which would have added that tiny bit more versatility when it comes to posing. Included are two holster pieces that can be clipped to either side of the belt - one for the Bird Blaster, and one for the folded-up Bringer Sword.
Red Hawk is another example of how to do changeable pieces on figures properly, with the hands extremely easy to swap in and out. The back piece is also really easy to swap out for the winged piece, also giving you a look at the inner workings of a Figuart torso should you be interested. Its a shame that he doesn't come with his own Tamashii stand so you can pose him flying without buying anything extra, but considering Figuarts rarely do it's hard to complain when he comes with so much.
Even with the lack of a bicep swivel, Red Hawk is probably my new favourite Sentai Figuart. The level of detail on the suit is great with no obvious goofs or sloppiness, and the collection of accessories is pretty much everything you could want from a Jetman figure. Even if your attachment to Sentai Figuarts mainly comes from Power Rangers this is a release that couldn't come recommended any higher - and its even better when you consider how easy he is to get!