Gah! Blah! It's frustrating collecting a line with so many incarnations. I grew up in the 80s, so I think of TFs as G1, but I'd like those characters made with current technology. OK, fine, no prob. My focus on display is CHUGs. Sounds easy, right? Build a G1 display from new figures and call it a day, right? Not so fast! There's a LOT of really cool TFs out there from other lines. Of course, there's lots of stinkers too, but it seems like a shame to miss out on really cool figures like ROTF Sideswipe and Mindwipe, or the RID Train bros, or Noisemaze, or Vector Prime.....ok, you get my idea. I don't collect only TFs, so I'm not willing to commit to a full display of every line, so I suppose the solution is to have the main display of Classics, then a bookcase with the other TFs that I really think are awesome through the years that have no real home....I just think that shelf will be really chaotic and mismatched...I like having organized displays and it would be weird to see a shelf with a random mix of toys from RID, ROTF, Cybertron, etc. I guess my long time comic collecting has made me obsessed with figures standing in "group shots" or on shelves with characters from the same "team". What are your thoughts?