Seriously. I've seen this a few times in the past - people at BotCon asking Hasbro about stuff like Fansprojects, people asking Habsro about the Unicron.com accessories in website Q&As... Seriously, people. Either you're insanely ignorant or actually ill-meaning. Here's the deal: All of these customs and add-ons which are sold for a profit, no matter how small, exist in a legal gray area (called "derivative works") at best. At worst, they're blatant infringements on Hasbro's intellectual property. Unless you manage to get an official license form Hasbro before you even start working on whatever you want to produce (which will involve a hefty license fee), the best thing you can hope for is Hasbro turning two blind eyes on you. If you're not that lucky, expect a cease and decist order. Do not expect Hasbro turning a blind eye on fan productions when you explictly ask them about stuff. "Hasbro, how do you like my custom-made accessories?" is stupid. "Hasbro, what do you think of Garage Kit Project X?" can effectively mean the end of Garage Kit Project X. Simply put: You do not support fan-made add-ons and customs and shit by officially bringing them to Hasbro's attention. Hasbro will not instantly hire fans who come up with an awesome trailer for Classics Ultra Magnus because you told Hasbro about them. The first thing Hasbro will do is tell their legal department about it. So people, please THINK before you ask Hasbro what they think about this super-awesome unauthorized Classics Ultra Magnus trailer.