I know a lot of people on TF forums love alternators for their great representations of classic characters with complex transformations and accurate alt modes. The line trickled into stores slowly and weren't the easiest to find, and they seemed very collecter oriented. At the time they started coming out, I was in college and penny pinching, but I got one here and there. Now, we have the 6" Titaniums, and I have to say that they feel like the new collector line, only to me, better. That may sound like sacrilege to Alternator fans, but hear me out. In comparison, they are both slow to release, aimed more at collectors, some are hard to find (at least around here), have no cartoon to back them up, and generally look better for display then for play. Now, if you were to make a Titanium Jazz, I don't think it could really compete with an alternator Jazz having less articulation, being smaller, and having a less realistic alt mode. On the other hand, the Titaniums don't have the limitations that the Alts did. I love how we are getting toys of characters we have only seen in comics, or forms only seen in comics. I like how they can have alt modes other then automobiles, and I like that we are getting some of the older character that look like their old selves but updated with better articulation and in general nicer proportions, IMO. And, I'm no longer in college and can afford to get the ones I want! I guess what I am saying overall is that I am loving the Titaniums, and I am looking forward to the rest of the line. They seem to get better with every release. I just wanted to know what other people were thinking of the line in general and maybe where they want to see it go. Personally, I like the way it's going: they are getting better with the construction and choosing a lot of great characters from the Transformers universe. Oh, and I would really like to see an Ironhide for the 'bots and a Shockwave for the 'cons.