The figure is a repainted version of the regular released Boba Fett figure, which is unfortunate because it makes this figure quite inaccurate when compared to the suit Duwayne Dunham wore in the famous black and white video which Ben Burt narrated
Boba's helmet is not removable
The range-finder on the helmet is static
The jetpack plugs nicely into a hole in the back of the figure
The rocket in the jetpack is not removable
The soft-goods cape, the chest armor, the belt and the pouches are not removable
The figure is able to hold the two weapons beautifully in both hands (with patience the index finger can be placed onto the trigger which looks great)
The basic blaster fits well into the holster
The Boba Fett figure reviewed here had stiff joints which allowed for it to be displayed in more dynamic battle poses
How close is this figure compared to the actual Prototype Armor?
Despite a lot of inaccuracies when compared to the original Prototype Armor there is just something extremely cool about this white Boba Fett figure, but considering that this is the costume which started it all for this cool character, more care from Hasbro was needed for this release
Before he put on the Mandalorian armor, this bounty hunter was initially envisioned as a "super trooper" in all-white. This figure captures the beginning of a characer that's become a legend... Boba Fett.