I like some others lamented the first pictures of my beloved TF's in their Bayformer guise. I like some participated in forums deriding all I came to read/see about the new direction TF were taken in. Then I saw the first film. While it was something new and exciting it didn't really give me the TF experience I had hoped for. This problem seems to have followed every film after it. For me the main problems are that Bay can't tell a consistent narrative. The story flits from character to character, they shout and yell, its all very bombastic, but ultimately you never seem to discover anything new about them. The other problem is that the films action is so fast and in your face that you can barely taking in the occurrences. to see the subtleties of the action you need to repeat view which makes the film even more laborious. And lastly, the designs of the Transformers never really did it for me. The all look like metal insects. The overly complicated designs make discerning what part of the character you are looking at very difficult in certain scenes. Overall, I hope that TF receives a reboot by someone with some care for the source material. I also hope that if their is to be more TF films, that the designs are toned down and the action refined to a more understandable speed.