Hey folks - First off, I'm terribley sorry if any of my questions have already been asked & answered a million times over by now. I'm not new to Transformers (been collecting them for over 20 years now), but I'm new to these forums and have yet to start picking up the Alternator and/or Binaltech lines... hence me needing some advice/feedback/help/whatever regarding them. So here are my questions: 1. It seems that no one can agree which line is better in way of quality & price. For every person that has told me that Binaltech is where it's at because they're made of diecast and generally look better, I have someone else telling me that they only look good in vehicle mode for display purposes and do not hold up or pose as well as robots due to them being top heavy... whereas the the Alternators are much more poseable due to them being made of plastic, although less impressive to look at. So out of those of you who may have some figures from BOTH lines, what's your opinion on this? Is investing in the more expensive Binaltech worth for the collector factor, or should I save the bucks and get Alternators because they are essentially just as good? 2. Do all the Binaltech designs have the driver's side on the right hand side? And yes, before you ask, it actually does kind of make a difference to me I'm Canadian, which means I grew up with the North American versions of TF that were based in the USA, so it might bug me more than I should probably admit that their steering wheels would be on the "wrong" side, hehe. 3. I always read in Binaltech reviews how Takara uses real rubber tires for their designs... like it's some sort of rare big deal. So what does that mean for the Alternators? No rubber, just plastic or something? I think those are the main queries I have. Of course if there are any details you can think of that I haven't touched on, please let me know. And thanks to anyone who takes the time to answer these questions. Cheers!