So we all have our own priorities when it comes to choosing toys, articulation, mold detail, character reference, price, etc... One item that I find can slightly lift above or fall short of a figure reaching it's full potential has been the quality of the figures' hands or lack there of. This subject is especially for those that pose or film or play with their figures. Without voice and mouth movement, hands can be a great substitute for displaying expressions. I find when a figure has a solid pair of hands that are articulated, that pushes the figure much higher for me. How many times have we seen figures without proper hands at all, or with spikes, or simple fists or hands that cannot hold their own weapons etc. I think hands can really help or hurt a figure's rating in my book. Take the new ROTF Leader prime, I mean he his a great figure, but no articulated hands? for a $45 toy? The last leader class figure had them, why not this one? Alternator hands are great! Masterpiece work real well. Even the small flip out fists on scout figures can be fine. However, there doesn't seem to be a good reason to not put articulated hands on most figures now a days...the technology is there and the price point doesn't rise that much for assemble...in most cases due to hinges or ball joints it means less plastic than on a blocky fist. Anyone else feel the same about hands?