does a homage figure have to be in classics/generations/universe to count as a updated homage new mold TF toy?? I keep reading threads that imply that updated homages from Rid/AEC/Animated/movie verse count less & don't count as "TRUE Updated homage" TF toys. because there in a different universe & use different design styling than classics/generations. Do certain TF fans not consider all the updated homage character toys put in RID/AEC/Animated/movie verse as counting towards the updated homage new molds TF toys. do certain TF fans not view their TF collections/toys as part of a whole. instead feel the need to seperate them into yearly toy lines. examples when a TFA Arcee/Rotf 2010 Brawn comes out isn't that considered as a updated homage new mold toy that counts towards the 26 years worth of TF toys. do ceratain TF fans say well that's nice it's a updated "animated" arcee/rotf brawn homage toy but it doesn't count as adding towards the updated homage new mold list because it doesn't share the designs,package/label/fiction of the classics/generations TF toys. Is the need still there in high fan passion to want hasbro/takara to create a homage new mold in generations when clearly the characters got a updatted homage new mold in previous TF toy lines?? Does generations/classics really need to repeat all the updated homages created in Rid/AEC/Animated/movie verse. in order to count as a "true" updated homages? Examples: does Transformers animated arcee count less as a updated homage mold because she's not in the classics/universe/generations toy lines? Does ROTF 2010 Deluxe sized brawn not count at all towards the updated homage new mold TF toys? Because the toy wasn't packaged & labeled under the generations banner/package? do we honestly need updated homages that were in AEC,Animated & the movie verse repeated with newer designs/molds in the Generations/universe/classics toy lines to count as solid updated homages towards the official count? Granted I can understand the need to repeat a updated homage new mold that wasn't done well the first time around. but cancelling it out totally just seems a bit drastic behavior.