So, after purchasing the new Tracks figure I was a little let down by how short he was in bot mode. So the local HobbyTown had some regular and square styrene tubes and I had the idea to insert a round tube into a square one that was loose enough to allow sliding but tight enough to hold weight without slipping. As you can see from the pics, I was able to get this to work. At least by IDW standards and the Jazz spotlight they're almost eye to eye now. By removing 2 of the 4 screws that held his upper torso together as well as the plastic that they anchored into I was able to get the tubing to slide completely into the torso when transforming to car mode. My problem now is figuring out how to hide the itty bitty waist he now has between his legs and torso. Would painting the styrene the right shade of blue work? Maybe a fold down piece of styrene that hangs under the windshield? It has to be something that allows the top and bottom of the figure to slide together when transforming to alt mode. Any thoughts? Is this even a good idea, or should I try something else?