Hi all, Over the weekend I paid a visit to a vintage toy seller I know. He sells many different vintage toy lines, and often has some nice TF's available. From what I understand, all his TF's come from second hand sources, i.e people who have grown up. I was amazed to see a gorgeous boxed Springer, and my heart almost skipped a beat! Alas, as soon as I picked it up I realised it was a KO. The box had no damage at all, there was no celler tape markings, Trypticon's head was missing from the back and the bottem of the box proclaimed the figure to be named 'Octane'! I tried to tell the shop owner that it was a KO, but he was convinced other-wise. He said that many sellers at conventions who only deal with TF's agreed it was vintage, and that the misname was a common mistake on TF packaging. I left it at that. The reason I'm writing this is because I am amazed at seeing this KO in such a shop. I don't know where he got it from, possibly a convention, but to find a brand new KO in a vintage shop was quite perplexing, for me atleast! I guess it goes to show how greatly Knock Offs have seeped into the market.