* Like I said in the intro, what you're getting here is a solid metal Power Sword. It's sturdy and the shininess of the metal is really quite lovely. It's tough to photograph but it looks great in person.
* Factory Entertainment went with the classic look for the Power Sword and can you blame them? It's excellent! If you have the Icon Heroes letter opener Power Sword, this one's about half an inch longer and looks a bit sharper than that one, though with fewer paint highlights.
* The hilt of the sword has a nice spot of paint on it that definitely adds a bit of character to the sword. It's a unique element not often seen on Power Swords but I really like it. I also love the curved quillons on this piece. The sculpt is excellent!
* Like with the Havoc Staff my only complaint is that there really isn't a great way to display it. You can leave it in the box or use the box insert but that's not terribly attractive. I really wish Factory Entertainment would have crafted a small stand to hold the item, either horizontally or vertically, and perhaps with a small name plate. Presentation is key for a prop replica and that would have been a nice touch.
The price is certainly right on these and considering how expensive and space consuming collecting full size prop replicas can be, these are a nice option for MOTU fans not wanting to get into the cost of having a life-size armory. That being said, despite how much I love the Power Sword it's a bit hard to get excited about a scaled metal sword that's not an accessory for a larger piece or doesn't have a great way to display it. If these had some sort of cool display base, perhaps with a nameplate or something, this really could gave been a cool display piece ready to go. As it stands, you're going to have to work to figure out how to come up with a way to make the Power Sword stand out on your shelf. Like the Havoc Staff, I'm giving this a Good rating. If you know what you're getting and are content with that then this is certainly worth a purchase. My guess is that most MOTU fans would be content to skip this, though, focusing on items that can be more easily displayed or played with.
If you're looking for just the Power Sword I did review the 1989 Power Sword from the He-Man/ New Adventures line. Of course, most He-Man figures in my Fabulous Secret Powers archive also have Power Sword accessories included with them, too.