Frankly a CW/TR/PotP deluxe is on the same level of detail - and has much more articulation due to transforming - than a Star Wars Black Series toy. And I dunno about you, but those things cost 46$ or more here in Hungary. So the american 17-20$ Deluxe prices are super cheap in comparison. Heck, this is super cheap in comparison to what TF5 deluxes cost here, which is ALSO 46$. No wonder I import all my TFs these days. No. It would just be even more annoying, because most collectors (and let's be honest, all of us posting here fall into that category, I do not see 10 year olds posting here) would WAIT for the premium version if even just to decide which version to purchase, same as we did until now just with Hasbro/Takara. I am not kidding, I waited close to a year with buying CW Liokaiser because I have been burned before with TFs where Takara released their version just after I bought the Hasbro one, and I realized I wanted their version more. As a collector, I prefer to know what my options are in advance... like, with (also Hasbro's) Dungeons and Dragons miniature, I know well in advance what the exclusive miniature is that you can buy with a case of boosters, and I can choose to pre-order my case with or without it some 4-5 months in advance. Umm, not really. You think ANY kid watched the Machinima cartoons? They are not aired anywhere except some niche online service. The toys are G1 hommages and aimed at collectors like us old guys/gals, but they are first and foremost, gimmicky toys that kids would buy without any cartoon, too. I mean, did the Energon Combiners have ANY character? No, they never even separated to their members in the toon... kids still bought them because they liked the idea of combining. They bought the CW toys as well. As for RID, it was a good show, I rate it above Prime because it had more varied character and was fun and enjoyable (while Prime just bored me to tears). It was not as good as Animated or later seasons of BW, but it was easily as good as first season BW which was similarly simplified and episodic with a few bigger stories. Rescue Bots is clearly not aimed at our demographic but for toddlers. I tried watching it and it is really not my thing... similarly to how say, Paw Patrol or Pound Puppies is not something adults would enjoy (and unlike some shows that have enough wit and good writing for adults to enjoy too, like Justice League Action or Bunnicula... I mean you don't see a kid's show making a reference to Troll 2 that often! ). KOs are literally on the same shelf as regular Transformers - and often, they outnumber them - in pretty much every shop in Hungary, and I know the situation is similar in many European countries too. Anything from Roadbots to terrible chinese rainbow colored KOs can be found. And when SW became big again in 2015, so did "Galaxy Wars", a ridiculous KO line with giant headed "Not-Vader" and "Not-stormtroopers"