It's simple. I cannot get enough of this figure.
Some great pics were posted here: https://www.flickr.com/photos/47314864@N07/35938991345/in/photostream/
I own one of them (luckily one of the ones that did not suffer from QC issues) and I might collect a small army of them, possibly 5 more. One to represent each member of the human Nostromo crew members.
Granted, Bandai's version here is not nearly the most screen-accurate of all the different versions we have available. I think it's the paint job that draws me to it the most. Not screen accurate either, no. But it's a beautiful figure and a beautiful paint job. Much more to look at than most of the versions out there, most of which have a simply black tone, which is screen accurate. But I find this Big Chap's silver tone from Bandai Monsterarts helps portary a "slimey" look. This is something that plain black cannot exhibit generally. An example is the new Mafex Big Chap. The head looks incredible. Spot on. But the paint job on the body I just find boring.
The Monsterarts version does have a lot of things wrong with the head, but it still looks great. For me this Big Chap is not the version we saw on film, at all - rather, it is an adaptation or rendition. If you find one without the quality control issues that plagued many of them, this is one of the most solid Big Chaps you can own. Feels great in your hands.
This is my favorite Big Chap. I also have the first version Neca released in their Mega-lineup, as well as their 18 inch version. I've owned the Revoltech, the Figma, McFarlane, and a few more. None of those fully exhibit what I want in a good Big Chap figure.
The Monsterarts Big Chap is far from perfect - but so are they all.