For those who don't know what "kibble" is, head over to the Transformers Wiki. "Anti-kibble", for lack of a better term, is currently the Wiki's name for elements of the robot mode design that look like they're part of the alternate mode, but actually aren't, as the actual, similar-looking alt mode parts end up elsewhere on the robot. This is usually done when the toy is based on a character with an "iconic" look that is owed to the original alternate mode, and the toy, for whatever reason, can't replicate that look with its transformation, hence fake "replications" of the vehicle parts in question are added to the robot design. It also happens with toys of movie characters that can't accurately replicate the transformation as seen in the movie due to budget and/or size constraints. Examples: - Various Optimus Prime toys (Powermaster Prime, G1 Hero Prime, G2 Laser Prime, Movie Voyager Prime, Movie Legends Prime) with fake truck windows on the robot mode's chest, even though the actual truck windows end up elsewhere in robot mode. - Alternators Tracks with a fake car roof on his chest which ends up under the car in vehicle mode. - Likewise, the fake car roof on Animated Deluxe Bumblebee. - Movie Deluxe Jazz with fake "wheels" on the sides of his legs, while the actual wheels end up on the back of the legs. - Movie Legends Jazz with a fake car front on his chest... which ends up on the car's roof in vehicle mode, while the reat car front ends up on the underside of the feet. I'm sure there are other examples. Can anyone think of a better term than "anti-kibble"?