First, it is a FACT that we can have both. But it is also a FACT that in many transformers toys, we DON'T have both. Screen Accuracy is defined as being as accurate to the model used in the movies, artwork, cartoon, and the like. Design Praticality is defined by making the mold, "work". This includes stability, posability, transformation, proportions. So given a scenario where you have to prioritize one over the other (and this trade-off is often part of the design process), which one would you prefer in your transformers toys, and why? **There are no wrong posts, its merely opinions. I feel that this is a preference that we can come together and discuss without beating on each other or sounding superior** ---------------------- My Answer: Personally, I prefer design practicality. To me, it doesn't matter if a toy is screen accurate, as long as the toy looks badass. One strange example that comes to me in my recent endeavors, is the DOTM Voyager optimus prime. It's a "shitty mold" when it comes to screen accuracy, but its pretty decent for practical design. Its got good posability, looks great, and is very stable, etc.