Next month's gift with purchase at shop.LEGO.com is the rather cool 40335 Space Rocket Ride. It's based on the winning entry of a LEGO Ideas competition Moments in Space, where the brief was to "Use your imagination to create the ultimate space model".
Mjsmiley's competition submission is colourful, original and even has a neat play feature, so it's no wonder it caught the judge's eye.
We don't know what the purchase threshold is to acquire it but after you've checked out our photos after the break you'll probably want to spend whatever's needed!
The box is of the tape sealed variety but is made from sturdier cardboard stock than usual. It bears the LEGO Ideas logo in the corner.
The 154-piece model doesn't take long to construct and when finished looks resplendent in its yellow, red and dark blue colour scheme.
It's a coin operated ride so, naturally, it comes with coins in which to feed into the slot on the left. Interestingly, these printed tiles were introduced first in a Friends set, 41058 Heartlake Shopping Mall, in 2014, and can be purchased for less than face value on BrickLink!
In relation to the minifigure the ride absolutely huge, about the height of a double-decker bus!
Rotating the axle at the back operates a clever internal mechanism that rocks the rocket back and forth.
The minifigure is attired in a suitably space-themed torso, which first appeared in 2016, in 60134 People Pack - Fun in the Park.
Overall then, despite the scale problem, which is of course not unique to this set, it's a very attractive model and a desirable gift with purchase. Thankfully there'll be loads of new sets available at the beginning of June with which to acquire it.
Thanks to LEGO for providing the set for review. All opinions expressed are my own.