Loved it - but sadly it broke quite quickly: this may be due to the fact grown men were playing with it and not little kids though.
I saw this and had to have it. I don't have any kids of my own, so used my mates kids as a perfect excuse to buy this and have a play before giving it to them. It's basically (as the name suggests) a flying monkey; decked out in a cape and mask. His little hands fit over your fingers then you then pull him back, his arms stretch, you let go and he flies off. When in flight he has a motion sensor than starts him of making monkey sounds: "Ooh-Ooh -Ooh -Argh-Argh-Argh!" It's pretty funny.
It arrived and it's awesome - it's priced really well for what you get and the monkey looks wicked. He flies really well too. Sadly one of his hands came off before I could give it to my mates kid (I think I got a bit overzealous pulling him back with my mates down the pub... I should explain that the guy whose son I bought it for runs a pub, and I was there having a few beers with mates before handy it over), but we managed to tie his hand back on and all was OK in the end. The child being only 3 didn't seem to mind or notice.
I'm not sure my mate is such a big fan of it now though - he loved it when we were playing with it in his bar, but about a week later I was in the pub again, and he just said: "Thanks a lot mate... Arthur, " his son, "keeps waking me in the morning by hitting me over the head with that stupid monkey."
It seems Arthur found the fact that he could hit daddy with it and it set the monkey off screaming and making monkey noises endlessly more entertaining than the fact it could fly. I also heard from my mate that there's no way to turn off the screaming or take the batteries out. He'd tried but failed. Kids huh? Who'd have them... their only redeeming point: you get to play with cool toys like this as an adult.