Overall, the Kentucky Fried Chicken Cheetos Sandwich is solid but it could definitely be taken to a higher level with some modifications. One major flaw was the Cheetos. The Cheetos themselves are somewhere between Crunch and Puffs. I don’t want to say they are stale, but that may be the case. To take this sandwich to the next level you really have to make sure the Cheetos are truly crunchy. With that, the mayonnaise was all wrong. You can’t use mayonnaise unless it’s Duke’s. That is a fact. Everything else is just grease and this was not Duke’s. Finally, don’t be stingy with the Cheetos sauce. You have got to drench this sandwich in Cheetos sauce. If you are not going through a ton of napkins when eating, the sandwich was made wrong. Drench or it’s all for nothing. I had three of these for review and the application of Cheetos sauce was very inconsistent. I’ve seen better quality control with Habanos S.A. This should be a sandwich you don’t want to give to your kids because of the mess that will come with eating it. But, with how it is currently made, I would give this to my six year old and three year old any day of the week. I think if KFC wants to take it a higher level, you use Duke’s and this may be bold, but don’t use the Crispy Colonel chicken. Throw in the Nashville Hot. I think adding some heat to this sandwich will go a long way. In conclusion, they dropped the ball and were too afraid to truly commit to making a sandwich of the Gods and instead settled for Middle America.