History lesson: I hadn't bought a Transformer in a decade. I grew up with Beast Wars and they were the last ones I bought. Then War for Cybertron came out and I found some youtube reviews of his figure. I thought it looked awesome so in August I picked him up. I then quickly got Bee. These guys were a lot (it's two words people) of fun. So longer story shorter I now have a bunch of Generations figures and will likely be getting some more Reveal the Shield. And now the point of this thread. I couldn't pass up the Battle in Space pack. Rodimus (that is so much cooler a name than Hot Rod) is my favorite character. So much so that I actually tried to buy his Animated figure even though I HATE that aesthetics and thus don't own any of them. So when I saw the Battle in Space pack with an awesome mold of Rodimus (whom I know is from an earlier figure generation) with a Matrix... Add to that Cyclonus whom I really like and I couldn't say no to it. I literally tried. I held off for 2 or 3 days before I caved and ordered it. ANYWAY, the point is the age of the molds for both Rodimus and Cyclonus seem apparent to me. Don't get me wrong, I think they are fantastic figures and I don't regret them for a second. I just wish they had as much articulation and default features the current generations have (like good hands with swappable weapons). So I guess the Generations line has spoiled me with articulation awesomeness. Anyone else think like me?