Now, we all know it is basically impossible to get all the toys perfectly in scale with each other. The variances in size of the real world vehicles would mean you'd have toys in the same size class widly varying in size (And theoretically value). However, it seems to me the toys could have been redistributed to be closer to their true size scaling. This wasn't done because Hasbro knows perfectly well how many Leader, Voyager and Deluxe size toys will sell, and some toys simply WON'T sell at a Leader price point. But it could be a fun exercise anyway. So, let's set the mark with Optimus and Megatron at the Leader size class, and scale around that. Barricade, Bumblebee and Jazz: These three are the proper size class to be closest in scale. Nothing to change here. Brawl, Bonecrusher, Wreckage, Scorponok: Of all of these, SCORPONOK is surprisingly pretty close to the right size. The rest should all be Leader-class (And I've heard of a Leader-class Brawl, which I desperately hope is true) Ironhide and Ratchet: Voyager is about as close as you'll get these two. Ratchet is too big, and Ironhide is too small, but there's just no way to get the scaling PERFECT. Starscream: Starscream should be a Leader-class, and a large one at that. Most of the extra bulk of the jet mode goes into his shoulders, but robot mode should still be at LEAST as big as Op and Megs, if not bigger. Still out of scale, but about the best you can do. Blackout: The most wildly out-of-scale fig. He really should have been a Supreme. The Supreme class would have put him closest to being in-scale, and honestly I wish they had chosen him for the Supreme treatment rather than Bumblebee. Oh well, maybe we'll get lucky and they'll release a Supreme version. Am I off the mark on any of these? Some of them they obviously can't do... SIX Leader-class and a Supreme or two and only two Voyagers is pretty top-heavy for a toyline, and it puts the biggest price points firmly dominated by the less-popular Decepticons, so it's understandible why they didn't do that. Still, nice to dream.