I know, I know - we have loads of threads on this topic, but I don't think we have any from this angle, so here goes: Why is it that TF distribution sucks donk... ...ls? I know a lot of people say that Hasbro are not the ones to blame, but I'm not convinced. To me it seems like all the other major brands are successfuly distributed. As a kid I never struggled to find the lego kit I wanted for example. It was just a case of going to the toystore and there it was. As an adult TF collector I've done things like going to maybe 16 different stores three times a week over a period of 4 months in order to get certain toys (Armada Starscream and Tidalwave for example) It also seems like the Transformers is one of the few brands to get an abundance of shelf/pegwarmers compared to other brands. Again - lego, I can't recall ever seeing 5-6 of one type of kit and none of the others. I do have my own theories as to why this is, but I wanna know what you think. Why is transformers distribution so horrible? And as a follow up question - if you blame the distribution on for example wal marts internal distribution, then logically it has to be as sucky for Lego, right? So...is it?