With all of the other information coming out about early drafts of the 1986 Transformers: The Movie, Cereal:Geek magazine #7 has a nice 10-page article about the original trailer for the film, which was produced exclusively for circulation within the industry and was never intended for public release. The trailer used original animation that was apparently completed from an earlier draft of the film. The article states that it was originally Slag, not Snarl, who was omitted from the movie, and that the Dinobots usually appeared in their robot modes rather than their dinosaur modes. Arcee and Daniel were originally aboard Hot Rod and Kup's shuttle after the evacuation of Autobot City. It's a bit hard to see, but note also the placement of Hot Rod's Autobot symbol. It was on his "collar" rather than on his chest throughout the trailer. This glowing wire-frame was apparently the original design for the Matrix of Leadership. Cereal:Geek is a nice glossy magazine and I found the article an interesting read. Elsewhere there's an article about Peter Cullen, a Marvel Universe-style bio page for Spike Witwicky, a brief article about The Five Faces of Darkness, and a couple of Li'l Formers cartoons, to say nothing of articles about many other cartoons of the 1980s.