I was on the boards a few days ago and learned of the promotion that was going down at the Transformers Banner building on Vine. I wondered if it would be worth it to wake up early and see what this was all about. I wasn't sure what the respons would be, would it be packed early in the morning because we were all able to hear about this through the wonder that is TFW.com? Or would no one come thinking that it is a cheep stunt and not really worth the time. I decided to get there early, figuring I could go home if there was no one there since I have a friend close by. When I got there at four though, there were a few die hard fans waiting for whatever "it" was going to be. A few hours, a wrist band and writing down some info, and I was ready to enter the mobile Sector 7 unit. They shuffled us into a trailer that contained a few Sector 7 agents, many different communication devices, what looked like some SWAT gear, and large monitors showing the logo for the agency. Two agents began to let us know that any rumors we had heard about NBE's ( Non-Biological Entities) were false and that there was nothing more we needed to worry about. In the middle of the this another agent tuned in on the big screens saying that they had just recived an urgent transmision from survivers of the base attack That we were already familier with from the trailer. The two agents began to panic and tried to cut off the call, but the agent on the screen uploaded the data anyway. ------Spoiler Alert--------- And there it was, soldiers scouting the desserts after thier base had been demolished. As they were walking Scopinok bursts out of the ground and Impailes one of the soldiers with his tail, wipes him into the air and drags him underground. The rest of the Unit run to find cover in a small villige near by. A call is made to the pentagon for air support and that battle it out with this amazeing creature until help arrives. The whole "transmission" was about 7 to 10 minutes and was... so... freakin'... sweetl Scorp looked incredible, from the 4 missles he would shoot out of his pincers at once, to his battle mask that would cover his face when ever return fire got too close to anything vital, to the acrobatics of jumping around rubble to ruturn fire. Some of the footage was still unfinished, but a good amount was. And with that it was all over... I did not leave empty handed though. I was part of the first 50 so I recived a voucher to see an up coming screening (which could be anytime between now and June they said, no one was sure), a small movie poster, and protoform figure. All and all it was cool. Really excited to see the movie, whenever this screening may be, and I hope I wasn't the only one that got to see the goods today. SEE YA!!!!