When you set out to buy this set, you need to keep in mind that several different versions exist. You can buy the Destroyed Lady Cassandra with Chip and you can also get her before she is destroyed. The latter fetches a lot more at online auctions and is one of the rarest of the Doctor Who figures. This one here is not rare and is one of the most common of all of the toys.
In this set we have Chip (the chap in white) and the Destroyed Lady Cassandra. Chip looks like a medic, clad in white robes with a bleak look about him. His detailing is pretty good though, with some markings to his costume, which echo the one in the show. A nicely sculptured head with a good hairline pleases me. His face is haunting and hollow and could upset younger children, so best hide him away! The white costume is not the most riveting to look at, but next to the other Doctor Who figures, the bright white stands out well, especially as there aren't that many wholly white figures (excepting Riversong, Constantine and Vashta Nerada.)
The Destroyed Cassandra will not give much enjoyment for a game, as it is merely a frame. Kids might not get it, but it is an accurately made piece and the outer frame has some good articulation on it. The flimsy frame stands up well but could snap if chucked around a lounge with brute force. This is not one of my favourite sets, but as you can buy it for about three pounds, it does represent good value, as you get two figures. Chip can also be bought on his own and you can of course buy the much desired Lady Cassandra before she is destroyed with her robot spiders.