Is it socially acceptable on this site to say: "Are you seriously complaining about a toy geared at children?" We are a fandom that at this point range from kids to adults. If the toys where geared twoards children, and only children we wouldn't have the C/H/U/HFTD/G/U lines, as well as the various Web-forums dedicated to Transformers. Understandably though, yes Hasbro's over-lined intent is that the toys are meant for children, but that is like saying so are all video games. However, for the most part we are all collectors here, and I think it is a bit silly to say that the toys are meant for children, and only children. Now as for complaints towards toys I think people mis-understand the level of complaining that is expressed via the internet. I assure you, nobody is losing sleep because they are disappointed in reveals or at the information they are told at Toyfairs, and other conventions. In all reality we only are vocalizing a expression that perhaps, for example: The First Edition toys, being canceled. That is something that I think we are entitled to complain about, due to the nature of the subject. Is it unfortunate that we have a rise in threads of that nature? Yes. However, unless it gets stuck or popular, it's going to happen. Moving on. Let us look at the reveals of Toyfair 2012. There where was quite a large amount of negative opinions geared towards the majority of reveals, due to a nitpick here or there. However, i'm sure the people that expressed their opinion here are not necessarily going to commit an extreme act over their disappointment, so I find it to be in poor taste to criticize a fellow collector over their own personal disappointment in a product. Honestly it is just my thoughts on the subject, especially since it seems lately with as the amount of negative threads rise, the amount of generally cool people decide that their own anus is a lovely place to be this time of year, due to the weather and low gas prices, and it scientific terms becoming complete assholes. Which, as you know isn't cool in the slightest. So, ya'll. Thoughts? __________________________________________________________ Also, in before "Tl;dr", "this guy clearly doesn't understand economics.", and "stick it up her pooper."