Bored at work, and randomly began fanwanking. Most TF toys have seams that the "real" cars do not. Some toylines, like BT and Masterpiece) do a relatively good job of contouring most of the seams to follow the real lines of the vehicle (ok, maybe not the BT Vette's split hood). Other lines (see: Universe Classics Ironhide) throw caution to the wind, spider-webbing unsightly cracks all over! In the cartoons and the live-action movie, these separations still do happen during Transformation, but they essentailly cease to exist in vehicle modes. In the '07 movie, we even see seams on Bumblebee and Frenzy literally vanish into nowhere as the pieces come together. My (very fanwankish) question: Is there an official explanation for where the seams go? Are the split edges of Movie Bumblebee's bumper lined with nanites? Discuss.