I got one. I tried to walk into Hasbro Toyshop's store, and I was treated like a criminal. The woman guarding the line was really impolite, and it was like I was trying to sneak in to rob the store. I was told I had to get a ticket from some panel, and only that would allow me to enter the line. I didn't know about the ticket thing. What the hell! You have to get a ticket to enter a store? Anyway, I went about the rest of my business and gave up on Rodimus. A few hours later, I thought of a good lie: "They ran out of tickets, and they said that if I said I was just buying a Rodimus it was OK." I had no idea who "they" were, but it was a good lie, and it convinced the woman to let me into the line. I was in line for 40 minutes. No joke. The advertisement said I could buy 3 Rodimuses and 3 Menasors. When I got to the cashier, I found out it was limited to ONE Rodimus, and that they were no longer selling Menasors. I pointed to all the freaking display Menasors...why the HELL have them on display if they don't sell what they're advertising? Why bother displaying them then, if they won't be sold!? The cashier then over-charged me by $10. I almost left the cashier with my Rodimus, just happy to have one. Then I noticed I only got $2 change for the $40 I handed her, and I asked for the rest of my money. The cashier treated me like your first grade teacher does when you talk back, and she was unhappy to return $10 to me. It was like robbing a bank. I thought she was going to call security on me. Anywhoo, I got my one Rodimus and treated it like it was gold. I wasted 40 minutes of Comic Con time. I didn't get any Menasors. I was treated like a criminal once for trying to get in the line, and a second time for asking for my full change to be returned to me. Anyone else have any SDCC Rodimus battle stories?