I was walking in my local Toy 'R' Us, and I noticed how Playmates' action figures were not only cheaper than Hasbro's but also kept all the articulation of modern action figures. The Star Wars 3.75 inch, 5 points of Articulation action figures were more expensive and smaller compared to the Ben 10 and Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles action figures. The biggest slap in the face was the combining Voltron toy; look at what Hasbro did with Fall of Cybertron Bruticus when they decided to start doing Combiners again. Playmates who are not even specialised in robots managed to get it right the first time. Then I saw the True Heroes toy line. The toys looked cheap compared to the big brand names, but you get a lot of toys for the price that you are paying, and with the type of plastic big toy companies like Bandai and Hasbro are using these days, I do not see how much better their quality can be. Let us not even talk about pricing and quality, how many vehicles and play sets did we get for the Marvel 3.75 inch toy lines since it started in the year 2009? Ultimately, I fully understand that Hasbro is a business and they need to milk the most out of their products. However, it still sucks knowing that they are always holding back. Could they not have given us Combiner Wars quality Combiners back in the Fall Of Cybertron toy line? Of course, they could. Also, look at Bandai saving paint on their Power Rangers action figures, but adding useless chuck of un-articulated plastic riders to their vehicles that nobody cares for since you would want to buy an articulated action figure for your vehicle anyway. They could have save those plastic and use the money for paint on their other products. We could have gotten so much more, but I guess scrimping on the quality to increase profit margin is much more important for them.