I cleared the paint off of a classics Starscream last night and got it ready for dying. Tonight, I did my usual dye process - Bring pot up to boil, remove pot from heat source immediately afterwards, add all of the RIT dye and 2 tablespoons acetone, mix in parts... ...and Classics Starscream is now 3 shades of blue. Fuckola. It seems like the viscosity (I could be using the wrong word here) of the plastic is different in 3 locations: -The plastic is molded very stiffly in the wings (the chemical bonds must be stronger or something) because the wings hardly dyed at all -The plastic is "normal" in the fuselage and most of the larger body parts, because those sections dyed to a nice royal blue. -The plastic is "looser" (chem. bonds are looser?) in the joint-related parts (like the elbow joints, the wing joints, etc.) because those are a VERY dark blue, near-black. Ugh. Looks like it's time to Fusion this puppy. RRRRRRRRRRRRGH!