I know I'm not the only one disgusted with how Hasbro's actual products compare to their "official product" images. The differences can be staggering, as can be seen in this side-by-side comparison I put together. Skids and Breakaway were probably the biggest offenders from today's batch of toys; they don't even look like the same figures. Clearly, Hasbro is aware that their paint apps are less than stellar; that's why they photoshop the promotional images to make them look as they intended before the bean counters had their say. It's frustrating because I'd be willing to pay more for each figure if it meant they'd actually look like the promotional images, but as it is they're raising the prices by 25-30% and seemingly cutting even more corners. They couldn't even be bothered to paint leader Prime's doors, for crying out loud. I know some people will say, "just wait for the inevitable premium release", but that doesn't solve the problem. There's no guarantee of a premium release for every figure, or any of them for that matter. How upset would fans be if they held out for a premium prime only to be met with another teal and turquoise "nightwatch" Prime? Besides, considering how much merchandise Hasbro will move this year thanks to the films, they should be able to afford to paint them right the first time. What say yee?