Sam in his tray - no twisties and totally collector friendly. He comes with an extra fist hand and open gesturing hand, just like Frodo. The hands swap pretty easily (think Hot Toys True Type bodies).
Sam comes with a ton of stuff and this time, you can literally say he comes with the kitchen too!! There's his sword and scabbard, water sack, sling bag, pipe and backpack.
Sam has a large backpack which opens and you can put even more stuff inside. There's a small bedroll tied to the top, pans and a ladle hanging off one strap, with a cooking pot hanging off another. They are all attached with actual hooks and can be removed or rearranged. There are also several pouches and bags sewn to the backpack and a string of sausages. If Sideshow can make opening pockets and backpack for Sam, why couldn't they do the same for Frodo?
Samwise Gamgee also has multiple layers of clothing, starting with his grey vest over his shirt and pants
Samwise Gamgee was played by Sean Astin in Peter Jackson’s The Lord of the Rings film trilogy. He was Sergeant Richard "Rascal" Moore in "Memphis Belle (1990)" and very funny as Doug Whitmore, Drew Barrymore's "brother" in "50 First Dates (2004)"
Sam with his Lothlorien cloak and Elven leaf brooch
The Elven leaf brooch was worn by Frodo, Legolas, Aragorn, Boromir, and the other members of the Fellowship in Peter Jackson's film version of The Lord of the Rings. It symbolizes the spirit and bond of those entrusted to save Middle-Earth.
Sam with pipe
Sam drawing his sword. Sam's sword, scabbard with belt was a gift that he and the other three hobbits received from Strider at Weathertop, after they had fled Bree and were on their way to Rivendell. Actually daggers for men, they became swords in the hands of the hobbits.
Sam also has a sling bag, as if Frodo hasn't loaded Sam down with enough stuff
Frodo and Sam, enjoying a smoke. They who puff together "huff" to go together to Mordor and Mount Doom.
And Sam makes up five of the Fellowship (Boromir, Aragorn, Frodo and Legolas, not counting Faramir) - four more to go.