It's a gift from an aunty for my son. Basically the assembling level suited my seven-year-old. I wondered why it's labelled AG (Advanced Grade) instead of FG (First Grade). The only points of articulation are the head and the arms. The arms simply only goes back and forth in 360 degree rotation. This simple Gunpla comes with a card of AGE-004 Genoace Custom (White Wolf) and a G-AGE Link device that would be enclosed in the backpack. When this, children can play using this MS at the arcade. For addition info, this MS, in the anime 'Gundam Age', was later mass produced to Genoace II.
The MS still looks alright in hangar stand-by pose from the front, however looking from the rear, the loopholes would surface. Furthermore, the weapon seems too flat even for a toy. This Gunpla offered a good opportunity for me to polish my dry brushing skill. The Gunpla had its panel lines drawn, rifle sprayed black, given an overall matte topcoat and finally dry-brushed with silver paint for a more defined contour as well as a raggard feel. It doesn't come with any sticker so I had used the free Gundam Age sticker given free out during Gunpla Expo.