Yep, the lines are pretty strong, but at the same time that is a common style that has a rather large pool of talent, nothing wrong with that. Its fun to look at, very engaging, and you added in enough details to keep the eye moving around. Its good and I like it.
As far as nit picking for improvements goes, since you mentioned a desire for other eyes to find weaknesses in your first post, I found two small things.
The muscles on her right arm seem to have an issue. The bicep appears to be placed properly, but the muscle along the outside of the upper arm is attached at the elbow wrong. If it is supposed to be her triceps, which given the metal arm would probably be quite large, it should be bulged higher on the arm and attach essentially on the tip of the elbow, not the side. If she is supposed to have a HUGE brachialis, she has no triceps.
And my other issue is that you cut off her feet! Lets see those boots!
Again, solid design, fun pose, really like it, just trying to find some things to improve.