For me, what bothers me is how the figures evolved from the first movie to the second one, and then devolved so rapidly. The first movie figures were so unique in that they actually incorporated the car parts into the overall aesthetic of the figure, and progressed that even further in ROTF. The designs were so well thought out, the gimmicks were the actual transformation themselves. People argue that AOE suffered due to the designs of the characters, but DOTM clearly showed the lack of charisma invested into the movie figures (as well as the Generations line that is suppose to cater to an older audience). The designs for The Last Knight look really really well, and I am HOPING, that the leader class Prime that we get usurps the last one in engineering, features, and aesthetic. This looks okay for a first edition Voyager. However, my greatest fear is that this line will suffer from a case of Transformers Prime where the first edition figures literally exceeded the mainstream RID line in terms of design and engineering. This movie got me back into TF Movie collecting, so I'm hoping for a leader class Prime with purple translucent eyes and a well thought out design. If they deliver and actually invest their use of plastic and engineering into a solid line of figures, I woyld be very very happy.