Do you say "I won't buy it!" for effect or do you mean it? This is an interesting trend I've noticed with fandoms (not just Transformers): When people know their voice will be heard by the supplying organization, they want to be emphatic. So, sometimes, they lie. They lie about buying a toy, seeing a film or going to an event, etc. They STATE "I'll never buy it" or "I don't ever want it" or "I HATE it" when, in reality, that same fan is clamoring for the product. For example, with us, there's the (and I believe this is actually true) possibility that Hasbro design and/or feedback teams prowl the boards every once and a while, looking for feedback on items or toys. More often then not, it seems like leaked prototype pictures (painted or unpainted) and pre-production pictures are met with about a 50/50 spread of either "I want him!" or "I don't EVER want him!" People get pretty elaborate when describing how much they DON'T want a toy, too. So. Air your dirty laundry. Have you posted "I'm NEVER seeing the movie in theatres!" for the effect of making your voice heard, or do you actually mean it? Have you posted "I'm NEVER buying that figure!" to make a point, or do you just not want 'em? Any examples of figures/shows/movies where you were lying?