This is actually a *shock* serious question I'm posing today. I like my Transformers, complicated isn't necessarily better, but suitably complex is always satisfying for me. But I'm not wanting to know about adults. Now I'm of the age where friends of mine have kids of their own. They also like Transformers, after I've given the '86 movie on DVD and wotnot. All the usual stuff. But at what age do kids become coordinated enough to sucessfully 'play' with a ROTF Transformer? A 3 year old boy I know has absolutely NO CHANCE to transform anything from a Scout upwards. A seven year old girl I know (and actually their dad too) cannot transform a deluxe ROTF Skids at all. I suspect this particular example isn't a good one, as I have big problems with that mold too. I know a 10 year old boy who can't transform his Deluxe Sideswipe properly either, with or without instructions. Now I know thats the whole point of the Fast Action battler line, its for the younger kids, but if the mainline is supposed to be for 5+, and kids around 10 can't transform them, at what age are kids actually able to properly Transform them? Are they meant to be puzzlers in the vein of a Rubiks cube, or are they supposed to be 2 toys in one? Discuss, I really want to know your thoughts on this.