And I don't mean with their designs (well, it does, but I'll explain that in a little bit), but with one certain thing, which was the pride and joy of the production crew for a while. It's been said numerous times that after 7-4-7, you'll believe that any car could be a robot hiding amongst us. After seeing the movie I thought about it, and in the past week, I finally asked friends of mine what they thought of the transformations in the movie. They all said that the transformations, while cool, were for most characters totally unbelievable (they said that only 'that copter guy', Bonecrusher and Optimus Prime seemed believable). Too much crap that appears and disappears at will, and they especially mentioned Bumblebee (very bloody obvious) and Ratchet (of whom I recently noticed that basically, his entire back section unfolded like paper from the cab). And I can't help but agree with them. I like most of the moviebots partly due to their detail (I like detailed stuff, it's probably why I'm so forgiving with the movie bots), but that amount of detail became their downfall. In their quest to make the bots as cool as possible, they thwarted their main objective; believable transformations. I also no longer have any doubts that (for example) all chairs and interiors DO disappear and be replaced with other crap. Which is kinda hard for me to admit, since I've defended the "No disappearing/appearing stuff" side for a LONG time. I still like the movie bots, but I hope the production crew will take the time to take a deep, long, hard look at this and both clean up the already established designs (remove random crap and add in chairs, dashboard, steering wheel, etc.) and make the transformations a tad bit simpler. After all, it would be nice to know exactly HOW Bumblebee transformed without having to look at a video 10 times to figure out where all yellow panels end up. Well, thoughts? Agree? Disagree?