I was born in the fall of 1983, and as a result I grew up during that historical era of toy commercials disguised as television cartoons. Transformers were, naturally, a big part of my life, and I have lots of good memories of the show and the toys as a result. However... Sometimes children who are young interpret things a little differently than what is intended. For example, in War of the Dinobots,when Swoop and Snarl are unveiled and Ratchet encourages the other Autobots to 'stop the Dinobots...if you can!" as part of their test run, I thought Ratchet, Sideswipe, Bluestreak, Ironhide, and Prowl had suddenly turned evil, because they were fighting other good guys. I remember my Mom buying my brother and I numerous Bumblebees because I was prone to ripping off his rubber tires. I can't say how many, I just know lots of trips to Toys 'R' US ended with a Bumblebee. And for some reason or another, I didn't see TRANSFORMERS:The Movie (and wouldn't until 1996 or 1997), so I went from seasons 1 and 2 to the post-movie season 3 without a good deal of understanding of what'd happened. Probably from word of mouth or toy-commericials, I knew that the new leaders were Rodimus and Galvatron. I DIDN'T know,however, Galvatron was actually an upgraded Megatron. I assumed that Megatron and Optimus had just gotten old and died, like real people, and that season 3 was, in fact, set several years into the future than it actually was. Amusingly, I never heard of Unicron until the Generation 2 reruns showed Ghost In The Machine, and even then, I didn't see his significance. It took his cameos in Beast Wars and renting the Movie to watch it for the first time afterwards to get a grasp on who this Guy With Devil Horns was. Also, when The Return of Optimus Prime aired, I thought that the decoys were supposed to be the 'bots and 'cons who had the Hate Plague. So anybody else have such similiar eschew memories?