I figured this could spark some interesting discussion among us. I've been browsing through the following TF forums;Don Murphy.net,Transformerslive.com and Michaelbay.com reading through some of the TF movie related threads.And I got to thinking "Do fanboys hurt or help the fandom?" and "Will the fanboys ruin the movie in 2007?" Reading through those boards I DEFINATELY get the "Fanboy" vibe.When I think fanboy I picture him Always have a long winded opinion about why such and such should be this way or that way.Or flaunt their stats of how they've liked (insert name here) since before they were born and thus are the pseudo-experts. Unfortunately it's the fanboys that IMPO are responsible for the negative stereotype surrounding people who are into sci-fi or comics.Which is a shame because it can be an enjoyable hobby if people just enjoy it I'm actually wondering if I'll even go to the theater to see the movie over just waiting for the DVD release.My reason is that I can so picture some self-righteous "G1 purist" either a)Spending part of the movie complaining about what's not like G1 or b)Booing and causing a ruckus over the voices or c)Even just having the gaul of trying to stop me from buying a ticket to the movie. I read posts on Murphy's and Michael Bay's board about people saying they'll be outside the theater boycotting the movie or will flame Murphy and Bay to high heaven on the boards. To me this kind of attitude is not what's needed.And anyone who has this type of attitde isn't who the movie's for.To me this movie is for fans and non-fans alike who just want to enjoy a good sci-fi action flick. What do you guys think on this?