The RX-78GP04G Gerbera was one of the very first GFF I bought and I only bought it because I got it for cheap on ebay (some 20 dollars). I have no idea what it was back then and I still don’t. What I do know is that the details on it are stunning for a 1/144.
There’s not much in ways of different accessories (you get more pairs of hands) but you really don’t need much since it’s not a very poseable figure. Articulation is, at best, a little farther than “basic” motion. Even standing, the figure is nice to look at. Nowhere near boring thanks to its proportions and details, but left enough to desire for just a little more…like action poses.
Up to date, I think it’s the only GFF with a straightforward conversion. It doesn’t require much effort and it somewhat makes sense. The figure itself is also pretty sturdy; the parts are snug and there isn’t much risk for loose parts (well… there aren’t much add-on parts to begin with).
One thing I noticed about this GFF is that it’s the shortest figure out of all my GFF. It’s even shorter than the GFF Wing Ver. Ka so something tells me that it’s out of scale despite the box saying 1/144. Pre-F91 suits aren’t known to be short but quite the opposite.
Overall, it’s a good figure but not near “impressive” (aside from details but that’s expected of GFF) and no “flaws” (potential manufacturing impurities) that I could find that makes this figure a “waste of money”. Definitely worth displaying on your desk/shelf if you can pick it up for less than $25.