I know that people often talk about the idea of getting Classics or Masterpiece versions of combiners like the Constructicons (not counting the rehashed Energon version being passed off as Classics) or Predacons or Aerialbots or whatever, but I was just thinking about the combiners in their cartoon/comic forms vs their toy counterparts... Do you think it would ever be possible to engineer a set of G1 combiners like the Contructicons, for example, that didn't rely on extra loose add-on parts to make a combined robot? As toys, they all had click-on heads, fists, feet, etc. whereas in the cartoon/comic universe, all these parts were inclusive in each separate bot thanks to the magic of animation. But do you think a toy could ever manage to hide things like fists & forearms, or thighs, or most importantly, the head of a combined gestalt team? I love the way that the Classics are now essentially single-piece characters, where their weapons now have storage in alt form, but I just don't know how or if they could ever pull off the same thing when it comes to combiner bots who not only have to transform from robot to alt form but ALSO transform a third time to be an appendage of a larger bot. And in a weird way, I wonder if something like this could very well be a reason why we might not see a combiner in any of the movie sequels (assuming there are sequels) since those parts have to come from somewhere. I dunno... I never saw anything like this addressed on the forums yet so just thought I'd spitball it. And again, I'm talking about new self contained G1 representations here that would look similar to what we remember, not whatever gestalts they may have created in the new lines.