Hello, Fellow TF fans. I am planning to compose a professional letter that serves as the "voice of the fans" to several Paramount figureheads, Hasbro influentials, and film production personnel (including Mr. Bay and Mr. Speilberg as the "biggies"). I would like to express both our extreme gratification for bringing Transformers to the big screen, as well as provide insightful feedback regarding the first two films and justly, how to address it in TF3, all in one place. Sure, I'm am clearly aware that many film employees are trolling the internet for feedback and they are finding tons of information. However, I would like to provide a democratic opportunity for data collection to the TF community in an effort to provide data, numbers, and trends that show what fans really would like to see out of the series without compromising it for the general viewing public. In fact, many of the options I have listed can only enhance the viewing experience from the rookie population. I kept them somewhat generalized with suggestive solutions. Issues like "Better Writing" is too general of a request without clear means of solution. I have looked through many different threads and web sites and have gathered what appears to be the most common battleground topics/nitpicks of discussion/agreement amongst the TF community as well as the general public outside of the most obvious like "better writing", or of course, Michael Bay. Like him, love him, or despise him, he IS directing Transformers 3. There is no getting around it. Moving Michael Bay will be more difficult than any of us could comprehend right now. However, nudging our collective voice for things that are not that difficult to incorporate (being that the film has not been scripted officially, yet) may prove to be a little more effective. So with that said, please vote for one of the options I have listed above (TRY to limit your selections to 3 or less. I'm not going to police it, but try). Vague "Replace Michael Bay" or "Better Writing" write-in votes will not be counted. If I am missing a HUGE one in my limit-13 poll choices that seems to pop up a bunch in discussion, I will do my best to objectively collect the opinions and tally them up. I will take the top 3-5 vote getters and draft these into my letter. I will then write it, and post it here (and other sites) for your critique and input. It will be kind-spirited and professional. No need for negative attacks and hate. More bees with flowers and honey. It may not count for much, but I would like to try. Thanks for your time. Hopefully something comes out of it in the film. If not, then we will at least learn which the hottest and most important buttons are with everyone for TF3. Cheers, Dave (Janeails22x) 1.) Less meaningless, nameless, protoform/clone robots. Less is more in movieverse. More dialog for key/all robot characters. More depth and connection to the overall cause. 2.) Tie off glaringly obvious character loose ends. Provide a passing camera shot, a sentence, or nugget that tells us "what the hell happened to them". Example: Barricade, Twins, Wheelie, etc. 3.) Kill off a main, carryover human character (Mikaela, Leo, Simmons, Parents, Epps, Lennox) to give more emotional depth/attachment to the humans and subsequently the Autobot cause. 4.) Characterization, DIALOG. More Transformer banter and discussion. No more "storytime" from Transformer to Human or one liners. Utilize Vehicle hologram drivers for "personalization" during Alt Mode discussions. 5.) LESS human involvement in the film. They add no value to the underlying theme, "the survival/continuance of the autonomous robotic race". 6.) LESS Fighting, MORE psychological combat/warfare. Show us that Megatron is a mastermind of evil rather than a brute. He lost twice using force. Show us something new. 7.) Show a resistance to leadership, not just opposition to a cause. Show fighting within a faction. Example: Have Starscream rise up and quit being a pansy. 8.) No Unicron! Keep things "realistic" and "plausible", if there is such a thing in a world where cars are Giant Fighting Robots from another planet. 9.) Yes Unicron! Pfft! "Believability"? Give us transforming PLANETS! 10.) Less Military focus. 11.) Less childish "comic relief". It's more painful than relief. Kung Fu Panda is a great movie for all ages…and no one acts or talks like the Twins. Kill them off, or write them out. 12.) Steadier camera work, wider shots. 13.) More "transformation" sequences, both to and from alt modes. Fighting is great, but "trasforming" is the true spectacle and wonder of the brand.