I doubt I'm the only person that's thought of this. But I was thinking earlier, with Transformers being more complex than any other toys, could that increase a child's ability to make decisions, solve problems and learn? When I was younger a few years back I loved playing with Transformers, and of course the most fun involved transforming them. At that age I was a fan during the Beast Wars, Beast Machines, Robots In Disguise and Armada eras (gone far downhill since then). Of course at that time I found the transformations complex and spent hours figuring out how they work. I'm not saying Transformers are like a miracle toy, but for my age (15...) I am good at learning and solving things by breaking them down. And I'm sure it could have a more prominent effect on even younger kids. Is it possible messing with things like Transformers when I was younger could have helped somewhat build my intelligence capabilities? Or am I just full of crap and digging too far into this?