Since I've bought my first real Transformers Action figure/statue (Bumblebee Unleashed), ---Soundwave was kinda from the secondhand store and he's a bit worse for wear. Near Death actually--- I've steadily noticed the lack of quality in the other action figures for the movie. Its basically just from an seen-it only point of view, I'm kinda broke at the moment, but the Action Figures they sell down at Wal-Mart are mostly super-deformed Autobots and Decepticons, in the Rescue-Heroes way. There are dozens of them, whereas there's not so much of the Practical AFs. Rambling, must get to the point. Okay, the Leader series Optimus Prime looks as though he got his legs hacked. He's so fireakin' short! Why isn't there a 'Optimus Prime Unleashed' or any other Autobot/Decepticon statue/figure in existence or with as much attention to detail like the ones for Bumblebee? (Okay, maybe the Ultimate Bumblebee figure they $128+plus for is kinda stumpy, though I figure its because of the '08 Camaro model they used for him.) Most of the Voyager series AFs lack serious likenesses to their CGI counterparts, with the exception of Barricade and Ironhide. Starscream, Ratchet, Jazz, Megatron, Scorponok, Blackout, Brawl, Frenzy (who just looks like a bunch of plastic sticks stuck on a gray eraser like middle. Very ugly) and Bonecursher (assuming he's got one and I just wasn't looking at Brawl/Devastator twice) lack serious articulation in robot forms, while their vehicle look the best. Even the Protoforms lack detail. Is it just me seeing what's not there, or wanting more than they're willing to give? Opinions?