Okay, here's a thread about the silly things about Transformers that you thought you knew, only to be proved wrong. Couple of examples: When I was a kid, I didn't know how to pronounce 'Witwicky'. It was only after seeing the first Bay movie that I realised how you say it. Coming from an area of the UK were there are a lot of immigrants from central Europe, I assumed that the W was pronounced as a 'V' (like the composer Wagner), and that the c was pronounced as a 'ts' (like the composer Penderecki). The upshot of all this was that, due to my close association with many continental Europeans, I thought that 'Witwicky' was pronounced 'Vit-vitsky', and did so from childhood right up until the first Bay fim was released. Doh! Example number 2: I always thought that the Decepticon Spinister was a female. As a kid I thought that his name was supposed to be a play on the word 'spinster', which of course means an unmarried woman. It wasn't until I was in my early twenties, collecting the old 'Cybertronian Index' books that I realised that it was a cross between 'spin' and 'sinister'. Doh! So yeah, anybody else have any stories of childhood Transformer confusion?