You're accusing someone else of being obsessed with something? LOL. But no. What's being discussed here is perhaps the worst case of QC in the brand's recent history. I don't really care if it upsets you that people are talking about how badly Takara have dropped the ball, but it's obviously the most noteworthy thing about this release and it's obviously going to be discussed. While I may not have gotten this toy, I have been a loyal Takara customer for years now and this release, especially given it's an expensive collectible aimed at adults, does not bode well for the future. Again, I can't talk for other countries, but Australian law demands that refunds be issued for a product that doesn't comply to its intended or advertised purpose. Things like not being able to stand or properly tab together to transform or combine or even using the wrong voiceclips, for example. These laws extend to online stores selling to Australia but I'm not sure how it works in regards to postage. They may be allowed to offer a refund for the product but not the postage to or from the buyer.