Of note, Saberstone was released as 'Sabrestone' in the Bandai European release, but I am going to be a cultural traitor and refer to her as 'Saberstone'.
Everything about Saberstone screams "I am flippin' weird!". She's even got a big button on her chest which makes her head pop up! Not the back, the chest! The whip arms are a great idea, though the shoulder mounting makes it hard to do much with them. The same goes for the heavy lower legs, but as a design it is certainly striking. Her weapon (which unfortunately I don't own) follows this trend, resembling a giant comb (well, she is a female figure!)
Saberstone is... yeah, wow. You certainly can't accuse Rock Lords of being boring and playing it safe! She looks like a monster, and there's a very clear design ethos that permeates this at every level, from the scary face to the whip hands and strange legs. Yes, the rock mode isn't perfect, but there's enough there to keep your interest!