I'm not going to quote you out of fear of seeing that spoiler but I think Orion was different in that he trusted those around him and it showed that even without being a Prime, he had a good spark. Even when he thought he was on the Decepticon's side, he still questioned everything and sought the truth. He tried to warn the Autobots that Megatron planned to harm them even though he thought they were the enemy. Someone said earlier that Prime was supposed to follow what it's like to be a Prime and that the show kind of dropped the ball on it. I think this goes back to expectation versus reality. Each time I review one of these shows, I have no expectation of what it will be. I haven't read/watched/heard anything about the series and I just go in looking to be entertained and in most cases, it pays off. It's been stated before that that's the reason I love the bay films so much. I didn't know how unfaithful they were to Transformers, so I loved them. I expected nothing and I walked away happy.