I really enjoy reading everyone's posts, especially the thoughtful ones that point out great things they liked about the TF movies and the stuff that they didn't like, hated or wanted to change. All of the news here lately at TFW has me super excited for TF3 next summer, but at the same time I know there's a camp of folks that look at gunned up NASCAR cars and shake their head wondering where it all went wrong. So, in the spirit of fair play, whether you love or hate the first two films, what's the one thing you'd keep for TF3? What's the favorite thing (if you love them) or the silver lining (if you hate them) that Michael Bay got right in your opinion? On the flip side, what's the one thing you'd get rid of immediately? What's that one thing that distracts you enough to piss you off about how it was done? Remember, keep it to ONE thing on both accounts. For me, as a fan of the first two films, it's hard to pick one thing that I absolutely love. But what I think Bay got right is sort of obvious, the choice of Peter Cullen to play Optimus Prime. Because I can hear "Prime's Voice" when he speaks and the character is true to what I remember as a child, it keeps me into the movie. Whether Prime is the main focus or not of a scene, my brain goes into "Prime's doing his thing somewhere" mode. What I hated? It's a minor issue for me, but the way the Matrix was used in the 2nd one. I always loved the G1 version of the Matrix, holding the knowledge and history of the Autobots, and I loved how it was carried by a Prime. Again, keep it to one on each side.