When disassembling transformers for Kitbashing, or even just repainting, you'll encounter a few tricky parts, such as pins and nails, but in more recent years, overtightened screws are a problem too. After working on my classics Warpath today, i found the solution to horribly tight screws. Get a soldering iron with as narrow a tip as possible. Plug it in, and let it heat up a little. When it's heated up, press it against the screw for 30 seconds, and even the tightest screws will be removable if you act quick. The best part is, you'll always still be able to get the screw back in there tightly. The plastic will only get damaged if you hold the soldering Iron against the plastic instead of the screw, hold it against it to long, or if you've had the soldering iron on for too long, and even when some damage occurs, you can sand it back to normal. I hope this helps for people who are having trouble with ridiculously tight screws.