Anybody else notice the simple things Hastak does consistently wrong/strange on most TFs? Not that Hastak doesn't do an amazing job, but some design/decoration choices just confuse the heck out of me. I'm not talking about missing or sloppy paint apps. I know these things are $10 toys on a tight budget. I'm not talking about gaudy "speed stripes" and colors and what-not on the alt modes. I know these are for kids who think that stuff is "awesome". I'm talking about stuff that I can't chalk up to either cost or "kid appeal". Like car tires. Whenever TF tires are made of rubber, the tread grooves are fine. When they're molded from hard plastic (like most TF toys) the tire treads are always running the wrong way! All real tires have grooves running around the radius (long way) to channel water. None of the plastic-tire TFs have radial tread grooves. All of the rubber-tire TFs do. Why? Why don't they mold tires correctly when they're in hard plastic? Then there's the transparent windshields. Why are they always cast in clear blue/red/yellow plastic? The one TF with a totally-clear windshield is Movie Barricade...and he almost looks like an Alternator because of it! So why do movie Bumblebee, Jazz, Ratchet, etc have blue windshields? I've never seen a car with a window tint other than black. So whats with the rainbow-glass in TF-land? I can't possibly imagine this is a kid-friendly thing. Every other toy car in the toy isle has regular windows. So what's up with TFs?