Seeing this title, I can understand if it's tricky to figure out my meaning here. I'm not referring to huge complaints people might have about the movies, like there was no "coherent story," "easy-to-follow transformations," or anything like that. Everyone is entitled to their opinion, but this is not meant to be the thread for those comments. What I mean, is that there are some pretty common little things throughout the first and/or second movies that - while I do enjoy Dark of the Moon very much - weren't featured in that film, and therefore might have taken away tiny bits of enjoyment that kept it from being even nicer. A big example I notice is that DotM didn't feature any Cybertronian-to-(human language) subtitles. The first movie obviously introduced it with many lines from Frenzy and then Starscream giving the mobilization command to the other Decepticons on Earth at the time. And while it was diminished a bit in Revenge of the Fallen, there was still a line from Wheelie to Soundwave, and then a few simple reports from Starscream later on in Egypt. In Dark of the Moon, there was a Cybertronian line from Crowbar during the "Mexican stand-off" in Washington, D.C., possiby one from Starscream right before he flies down to blast away the Xantium, and at least two from Shockwave in Chicago (one as he commands the Driller to take down the glass-covered skyscraper, and another right after Optimus kills the Driller). I kind of feel that showing what Shockwave said in those two lines, even if they were simple and obvious things, would've added some character to him, y'know? And even outside of that issue, I think that continuing the occasional subtitling would've given all three movies that specific bit of continuity, as well as keep a little extra "alien-ness" to the Transformers. So how about it, people? What other little story details, visual or audio cues, or whatever did you enjoy from at least one of the previous two movies do you wish they had continued into Dark of the Moon?