Firstly, I apologize if this has been talked about previously, but I frequent the forums and news sites and have not seen anything addressing it specifically, only unofficial fandom comments alluding to what I'm bringing up. After seeing the scale of recent FoC deluxes, I'm starting to get concerned. Has Hasbro officially announced that, in an effort to keep deluxes at the same price point, they are reducing deluxe size and complexity? Recent lines like the Prime RiD toy seems to be as large/complex as previous current-era deluxes. But looking at the figures that have been revealed, not only do the FoC deluxes look smaller, but more simplistic. The amount of articulation has been reduced, transformations less complex, and the overall level of detail is much less. If there isn't something that I'm missing, I'm surprised that the fandom is not in more of an uproar about this if we can expect it in future lines. The figures will not be in scale with their previous contemporaries of the same aesethic, and quality is being cut for revenue. Has there be any one word from Hasbro on if this trend is going to continue into all future TF lines, or is just being limited to FoC (to, perhaps, keep a deluxe combiner feasible)? If the former, I'd much rather pay a higher price for deluxes at the same scale and sophistication as the previous ones in my collection than get essentially scout-quality figures at a slightly larger size.