Ok, so as a statue this works quite well being poseable, the adult nerds can put it in little poses and make their bedrooms look cool.
As an actual toy, which essentially is what it is, not so great.
Poseability is stiff and limited, especially in the legs which have a leg and knee joint only, the legs only move about 2 inches either way. This robin could never for example be used on a bike or within a batmobile toy if one were to try.
Also in terms of design quality the head section and cloak and hood all came off within 1 days play. Nothing too strenuous, just my son moving the head from side to side as its supposed to do. Now this was easy to fix as this whole section is merely glued to the rest of the body anyway, so some better glue and it was fixed with no poseability issues.
The toy itself is from arkham city game, which kids love and they want the arkham city figures to match. Looks and feel wise its excellent, no doubt there.
Its a 7" range of figures and with some better designed articulation could be one of the greatest Batman set of figures ever produced.
But TBH the Movie Masters series of figures are far, far better as toys.