Just wondering if anyone related to the movie has ever commented about how they plan to explain the realism of physics with the movie. I guess I'm wondering, if the TF's are in a comet (sphere) shaped protoforms when they come to Earth and are virtually skeletal (ie: Ironhide getting out of the swimming pool in the trailer), how exactly do they scan our vehicles and then go about creating extra mass on their bodies as well as things such as rubber tires, fabric for the vehicle interiors, glass windows, etc.? Not the mention the ability to seemingly "start" their engines and sound exactly like the vehicles they're disguised as. I mean, in the case of Bumblebee, he's not just disguised as a car from the exterior. Sam actually rides inside of him, and as far as he's concerned, it's a real/normal car... nothing to indicate there's something a little weird or off about it. With the amount of decisions & time they placed in making these things as if they could indeed be real, thus affecting the designs (not saying they're good or bad - that's a different topic altogether), I'm just curious how they plan to explain things like this for the sake of the audience believing it as intended, whether it's during the film itself or in hindsight. Or is this going to be one of those "gimme's" that Bay talked about - where it all just kind of happens and hopefully no one questions it? Any official 411 or speculative theories on this yet?