If you're willing to put a bit more work into it, this is a great deal, but the buyer should be warned that the soft plastic "Bonesium" used for this model DOES NOT hold up this big model very well with its overly-dramatic forward-leaning pose, and the thin ankle attached to the base. This model NEEDS to be put on a larger base to better distribute the weight, AND it needs a sturdy support for the main body -- e.g., a piece of rod, or perhaps a piece of terrain (tree, rock, etc.) of more solid material to rest against the torso. Otherwise, it eventually sags under its own weight.
THAT SAID, it's a wonderful depiction of the Jabberwock -- whether you want something for Pathfinder, or you want to replicate the goofy look of a Wonderland monster. There's plenty of detail and character, and, given how fanciful the creature is (and all the original artwork was in black-and-white), plenty of options for ways to paint it up. Just don't expect it to be usable as-is straight out of the package or with just some basic paint.