Since the MA Burning Godzilla was such a huge improvement over the standard Godzilla, I decided to get a 2nd one and paint it to look like the normal Godzilla. The bdy came out great but the spines could of fared better.
I'm not hearing/feeling anything click when I put it back in, and I have applied a large amount of pressure, so..... it seems to stay if I don't move anything on the neck or head, but comes off VERY easily when I attempt even slight movements. The problem joint seems to the be the very bottommost ball-joint, where the neck attaches to the main body.
Ok, in that case what you need to do is remove the head and neck from the figure, then apply a hair dryer to the neck joint slot in the figure on max power for a few seconds. This will briefly soften up the plastic in that area and in turn you should be able to click the neck and head back in with no problems.
It ranges depending who your going for and where you get them from.
Little Godzilla, Fire Rodan & Godzilla Junior are usually just above the $30 mark.
Godzilla 1994, Mechagodzilla , Spacegodzilla , Moguera, King Kong and Burning Godzilla range from $40 - $70.
While King Ghidorah and Destoroyah are over $100.
So if your on a budget, pick wisely. And remember theres shipping to take into account. Luckly for you Bluefin Distribution bring them over to the USA and sell them on Amazon and other places they provide these figures to.
I think that with that knowledge, this is much lower on my priorities list. First I gotta get a better job, save up enough money and a steady income that's viable for me to get a place of my own and feed myself. Then I'll get one of these - if only to collect dust on a Shelf.