I did. Concept Camaro Bumblebee. The damn automorph gimmick on the hood jumped a notch and wouldn't fold down properly. Even after I got it exchanged, I still thought it was the hardest toy I've had to transform. This is becoming something of a pattern. Last weekend I picked up Animated Jazz and was terrified of breaking his windshield because of the tight fitting with his legs. And before that, Universe Sunstreaker's parts are so compressed in car mode that I have to take extra care not to break anything when I pull them apart. And let's not forget the countless help threads from fans who don't want to knacker their Masterpiece Prime during transformation. I know that more articulate, anthropormophised robots require transformations that are often more complex, but they shouldn't necessarily be more difficult. Take Animated BB for example. It was a breeze just flipping his legs over his head to get most of the transfomation done. No force, no stress. And Universe Silverbolt's transformation, while perhaps a little too simplistic, won't confuse or frustrate fans, let alone kids. Does anyone else feel that Transformers require a bit more clearence during transformation? Should Hasbro take into account a greater margin of error before their toys lie broken and useless?