Designation: Celestial Being Heavy Artillery Mobile Suit
One great thing about the Virtue is how solid the whole thing holds together, the joints are nice and tight which helps to hold poses. The Nadleeh is rock-solid, able to withstand violent shaking with no limb movement or falling parts. This translates very well to the Virtue: the Nadleeh is essentially the inner frame for the Virtue's parts.
Unfortunately, the Virtue suffers from an issue that plagues all modern MGs: the swappable fingers can't hold on (pun intended) to their intended weaponry and tend to fall off very easily. This is very apparent when trying to wield the GN Bazooka one-handed, which is basically a test of patience. The tight frame however is a nice surprise - the arms do not budge a millimeter even when hoisting up that massively oversized GN Bazooka. This is most evident when the Virtue is striking its signature "fire everything" pose that's on the box art, the GN Bazooka is firmly held in place only by the Virtue's holding strength in both arms and nothing else.
The core feature of the Bandai MG 1/100 Gundam Virtue model kit has got to be the cast-off mechanic to reveal a fully functional Gundam Nadleeh. In fact, the Nadleeh can be said to be the main build in this kit, since you construct the Nadleeh in its entirety before putting on the heavy armour sections to make it the Virtue.
Conversion between both forms is a breeze, with the Virtue armour components snapping together quite intuitively, a single look-through the manual will commit the conversion process to memory. It is also very satisfying to pop the armour on and off, having the model kit bulk up and then slim down again and again.