Anyone else feel that the engineering on the movie toys, namely the deluxes, voyagers, and leaders fell a little short? I feel that the designs are great (minus Leader Megatron's legs in ALT mode and Scorponok's BOT mode) but the engineering of the toys needed a little help. Granted there are a few solid figures in the movie line. Personally the ones that I feel were engineered very well were OP, Ratchet, and Wreckage. The others all had some basic engineering flaws that seemed like it could be fixed with a simple peg here or there. I'm not claiming in any way to be a specialist in this. It's all personal view from the years of collecting but here's a list of what I felt of what figures needed and fell short of: 1. Starscream: in the jet mode, the front of the fuselage/upper legs/thighs could've used a peg to join the two legs together and then two more pegs to join each leg to the upper part of the jet. That way the legs don't keep moving around under the fuselage. 2. Ironhide: I'm can't think of a fix off the top of my head but his shoulders/front of the truck in robot mode are just held up by springs. I wish there was a way that the middle chest part could peg into each shoulder part to keep them in place. 3. Blackout: the tail of he helicopter and his legs are near the same length. If there was a way to fold up the tail, that would've been great. But I can see it being difficult since the rotor mechanism is housed in there. 4. Bumblebee: the chest piece with the Autobot badge could've used something to hold it in place instead of letting it swing up or down constantly. 5. Barricade: a neck joint would've been very nice. 6. Jazz: I don't think there could've been much done for his arms but it would've been nice if there was something the could've done better with it. 7. Swindle: a peg to keep the cannon part connected to the upper red part of his chest would've helped keep him together in robot mode. 8. Brawl: there MUST have been a better solution to his shoulders. 9. Bonecrusher: a peg in the lower legs to connect both legs together in ALT mode would've really helped keep his legs in place better. Again, I'm not claiming that I am an expert toy engineer. I just feel that with the minor suggestions above, a lot of the figures would've held together better. OP, Ratchet, and Wreckage hold together great in both modes for me. Kinda wished it was across the board.