This is something I've noticed that's bothering me. While visually quite nice, the movie toys are also a little messier than I thought they would be. At first I thought they pulled off the movie aesthetic quite well, but some specimens like Jazz and Leader Prime have a lot of kibble. Jazz I feel suffers from being too chunky. He doesn't "feel" great to play with, though looks nice when you pose him. The doors on the legs just look WRONG though, they should be removable. Most of the bots are too wide and not tall enough in general - which is okay for the most part, since they look more like Transformers and less like bionicles. But some, like Voyager Ratchet, feel a bit too wide, and I find myself wanting something a little more movie accurate. IMO, Voyager Prime is probably the best attempt at meshing the movie aesthetic into a toy. The only problem is his back kibble - they should have made it split up somehow, or transform into his weapon. It's little touches like this that I feel would have helped the movie line become nicer over all. I think there are some instances where the Translation to toy has some definite improvements. Leader Megs, while a bit bland, has a MUCH nicer build - the movie accurate repaints look a lot better than the movie model itself, he looks a lot more solid. I feel the same goes for Deluxe Bonecrusher, and Voyager Starscream looks like a fun toy, whereas the movie model probably wouldn't make for a fun toy, which makes me wonder about the prospect of a Leader starscream. I'm just really sad that I could have gotten a nicer Jazz, I guess. I like the one I have, but it doesn't fully feel right. There isn't really any way to avoid this, currently. IMO the designers should have worked closer to Hasbro to create an aesthetic that was easier and better to represent in a toy.