So I thought I figured out these crazy-ass European G1 releases, with the MB toys in German/French/Dutch/Spanish packaging in 1985, the Hasbro toys English/French/Dutch/Spanish packaging in 1986 and then the split-up languages (English-only for the UK, French/Dutch fo France, the Netherlands and Belgium and Spanish for spain) from 1987 onwards, until English and Spanish would be merged again. And Italy with GiG and their crazy-ass variations in Takara-style packaging half of the time, until their market would get more and more streamlined with the rest of Europe with the Pretenders, Micromastes, Action Masters and Classics. And Germany got toys in English-only packaging (and later English/Spanish packaging) for the longest time, including those "Original HASBRO Transformer" stickers only the UK toys sported. So it's making all sense now, isn't it? Well, there's still the early UK stuff. And red feeted Prime, who was found both in the UK (apparently in English-only packaging with a small "Ceji Revel" copyright on the back of the box) and France (presumably in English/French/Dutch/Spanish Hasbro packaging). Maz owns/owned "Ceji" redfoot Prime, and Elvin owns/owned four-language redfoot Prime. And then godsenddeath tried to give me a detailed recount of what he remembers having seen in stores and whatnot. And, lo and behold, a British (!) toy catalog, presumably from... 1984?!? Wait, I tghought the UK didn't get Transformers toys until 1985, like the rest of Europe? Didn't Hasbro UK even cite this as an excuse for not releasing 20th Anniversary Prime in 2004? I'm confused. Also, could you UK guys try and compile a list of toys that were available in the UK, if possible including a possible release date? Does anyone else own UK toy catalogs? Any toys in packaging still, or leftover cardboards or boxes?