If you've played X-Change or seen Rob Schneider's The Hot Chick, you more or less know what to expect from Body Transfer. The only difference here is that everyone exchanges bodies with everyone. Meaning, the person one may be talking to now may not be the same person tomorrow. Of course, you can also expect to be confused as the anime progresses. I find myself having difficulties keeping track of whose soul is occupying whose body at certain points in time.
After the first initial chaos, a viewer will soon come to find that there is no actual story. Sure, the characters do exchange bodies on a daily basis, but the rest of this title is just one big sexual round robin. I did find a lot of the situations hilarious, like when Kenichi first discovered that he had boobs and a vagina. His thoughts, uttered by a male voice actor, and his words, uttered by a female voice actress, kinda disorient you. The way he apologizes for being male is funny. You should also see how Kenichi's body acts when it's taken over by a girl; I just couldn't help but be tickled. I did feel pity for that bespectacled co-ed who just happens to occupy all the bodies that are about to be deflowered. She just basically saved nearly all the women from suffering the awkwardness and pain of the first experience.
Artwork and animation are average. The voice acting is also average. The hentai scenes are conventional except for the bits of incest-that somebody else's personality is inside the older sister's body isn't much of a comforting thought. There's a lot of virgin blood spilt, some lesbian scenes, as well as times when the characters just can't help but touch the new bodies they're handling. Everyone's just horny in here, and it's all because of some gadget that creates some magic energy field around the school. Right. Whatever. It's not like you really need to explain much when it comes to hentai.