So... Octane is now 'Tankor', is he? Well, that's a real kick in the knickers. I don't even understand why Hasbro changed the name. "Couldn't secure the licence"? Last I looked, OCTANE was an ordinary noun in the english dictionary, not a proper name like Optimus Prime. And unless I'm mistaken, 'Hot Rod' is a type of car, not a brand name, so why pick 'Rodimus' instead? And let's not forget Bumblebee. For about twenty years, poor B got shelved in favour of Hot Shot because of another licence problem. Then I suppose Hasbro must have woken up recently and realized they can use that word as much as any human being. What's next? Ramjet being renamed 'Decepticon Ramjet'? Mirage being dropped from any further release? Why is Hasbro fighting to secure the rights over ordinary words?