This review is for the 4K Endo Arm version of T2. I gave four stars, but wish i could go 4.5.
First off, the quality of the 4K is great in my opinion. I've heard some people complain that Arnold's terminator makeup looks waxy in the new print, but for a 27 year old movie, We watched this on a 135 inch screen and a 4K projector. It looked fantastic and I don't think you can scoff at it. there have been some edits and effects cleaned up (stunt men faces replaced, the trucks windshield continuity fixed in the flood tunnels, etc) but they look good. However, though the picture looks great, but my only complaint is it's ONLY the theatrical print that's in 4K. With the directors cut available for so long now, I can't imagine anyone choosing the theatrical cut for viewing. This is my only reason for not jumping to five stars on the review. I have a great Blu-ray of the director cut, so I guess I'll live.
Now for the Endo Arm. I do love the arm. I had ordered this previously for $119.99 and my order was cancelled last fall/winter when production was put on hold. With the Amazon pre-price guarantee, I got it for $134.99 and I think its worth every penny. It's not made out of metal as some have said, but for $135, you should expect that. It's light and some have said that they feel like it's cheap when they pick it up, but I plan for it to just sit on the shelf. Some molding lines are visible, but the other details are great. The James Cameron autograph is not real as was previously promised, but that would have driven the price up i'm sure. I collect autographs and the only ones i enjoy are the ones i've gotten in person anyways.
I think it looks awesome on my shelf. Honestly, my only complaint is that the acrylic dome is flat on top. I thought it should have been more rounded like in the film, but I can't complain too much. If you're on the fence, I'd say get one while you can. Though it has issues, I feel its one of those items you'll regret passing up. If you don't like it, you can always sell it later I'm sure.