I do understand that each case has a budget. I think Aaron Archer explained this at Botcon one year. The 8 deluxe figures in the case aren't all the same cost. Say each case has to come out to $40 (and I KNOW this isn't a real cost, but it's easy to divide by). Logically, each figures cost should be $5 each. But that's not how it works. Windblade may use more parts and cost $6. Twin Twist may use less paint apps and only cost $4. In the end, the cost of parts and paint on each piece needs to add up so the case is $40. So while Carnivac may not meet the budget of the case, tossing Weirdwolf in again could do it since there's no new tooling and maybe he has less paint than the others. Who knows? Hasbro. But like it or not, cases aren't just haphazardly put together.