No, no raptors, if you can tell me those like Trex. I've checked the Allosaurus, Carnosaurus and Gigantosaurus and they all have small arms. I know there's one out there that looks like the Trex but has longer arms.
I thought that I would post here rather than it get lost in the thread. It's always good to see fellow dinosaur enthusiasts.
Yeah, with a dinosaur like Spinosaurus in which we've never found a complete skeleton I have seen estimates ranging from thirteen metres to over seventeen metres. Personally, I could see the total length being anywhere in that range. Yes, I did see the study of the neural spines being taller on the proximal tail.
About the dinosaur integument, I did not see the particular study that concluded that Psittacosaurus' tail quills and theropod feathers were not feathers, but I definitely am familiar with that whole issue. It reminds me of Feduccia saying theropod feathers were collagen fibers or Ruben saying that Longisquama insignis had feathers.
I'm glad to see I'm not the only one who thinks a Dsungaripterus Dinobot would be awesome. Remember in "Dinobot Island" when Spike Witwicky got picked up by a giant Dimorphodon-looking pterosaur?