That's right, this is a thread for you to list your top figures of a character who's become the character fans either love or hate, mainly because of all the toys they make of him! However, with so many, there has to be a few good ones, right? So here's where you can list your favorite figures of my favorite (but probably not yours) little yellow Autobot! I'll also leave my list here: 1. Dark of the Moon Deluxe Class Bumblebee. It has a very movie accurate transformation, arguably even more so than the 2008 Camaro or Battle Blade Bumblebees, but it's a lot easier and less frustrating. The molded detail is excellent, and although it's a little underpainted, there's nothing a few touch-ups with grey and yellow paint won't fix. I also like how the MechTech weapon resembles his cannon when it unfolds, and how they incorporated a pretty neat, if inaccurate Stealth Force Mode. He's just a fun little figure, and one I can't put down for too long. 2. Classics/Reveal the Shield Deluxe Class Bumblebee. Another simple, but fun figure. He's compact and solid, and he's also small and squat to keep him in scale with other Classics/Universe/Generations figures. He's even got a neat little jetpack to add more value to him, which looks good in robot mode and makes a neat little trailer in car mode, so you don't feel cheated. Really fun little guy. 3. Animated Deluxe Class Bumblebee. Very cartoon accurate and cool looking. His face and body are so full of character, he's got delightful little fold-out stingers, and he's got a simple, but effective transformation. He's even got his little rocket boosters! The one con I can name is that his fake trunk sometimes gets him stuck in mid-transformation. 4. Age of Extinction Deluxe Class Bumblebee. He's got a battle mask that folds down, a cannon that flips out of his arm, and his little shuriken things can even attach to his back for movie accuracy. He's also got a more unique transformation for a Movie Bumblebee, and great looking color in robot mode. 5. Prime Robots in Disguise Deluxe Class Bumblebee. The collar is a little bothersome, but he's got a fun and dynamic transformation with an automorph feature that's not broken on me yet. He's also got both his blasters, unlike the First Edition. Honorable mention to Battle Blade Bumblebee, who falls short on grounds of being just a little too fragile and over-complicated for my tastes. I also like the look of Masterpiece Bumblebee, Robots in Disguise (2015) Warrior Class Bumblebee, and Prime First Edition Deluxe Bumblebee, but I don't own them myself.