So, I'm a diagnosed bike-bot fan. It's a very real problem that I try to address one day at a time. It was really bad, at one point; I bought Chromia and ROTF Arcee, and had the intent to not only buy Elita-1, but also the 'RotorWash Rumble' version of Arcee, as well. But I came to my senses eventually, and sold off those two before I had to check in to a clinic. But then, I had an idea: Arcee's first movie mold was pretty damn excellent, why not replace the sisters (Chromia and Elita-1) with that? Heck, Elita had Arcee's body-type in some of the prequel comics, it's a perfect fit. Just some headswaps and some paint, and I'd have a new troupe of bike-bots on my shelf. I could even go further, get more Arcees and repaint them as other characters! So, my first experiment towards this was small - see what would work for a headswap. The figures I had on-hand were limited, but I gave it a shot to see if ROTF Sideswipe's head would work on the Arcee body. (Sorry about the poor pic quality; all I had access to at the time was my camera phone.) The result is... questionable. It fits well enough, but the wheels make the head look small. The figure still transforms quite smoothly, so I may run with this idea and see how the head works as Elita. I plan to use one of the ROTF bike-bot heads with an Arcee body for Chromia, since in the recent prequel comics, Chromia's depicted as having the same head as the ROTF body. In addition, (and this was mostly a recommendation from my fiancee) I began experimenting with digibashes, resulting in the following: Inspired by the Botcon set with Drag Strip as a repainted Arcee, this version takes the 'Kill Bill' homage and runs with it, specifically in that the vehicle would now be a (mostly) yellow motorcycle, similar to Uma Thurman's in the film (although the wrong model; Arcee is based on the Buell Firebolt, while Thurman's bike was a Yamaha model). The only other one that I considered was a Flamewar, but that can just as easily be repurposed from a Japanese-release Black Arcee (if I ever have the money to snag one). Obviously, I won't be going further with these until I can use toys that aren't from my personal collection, but I wanted to post the idea, half to get some feedback and suggestions, and half to keep it somewhere that I'll remember.