Ok folks this is SERIOUSLY getting on my nervs now. Why can't hasbro put out decent products any more? Spacificly: Marvel figures such as iron man 2 etc: Joints that wont turn at all unless you twist the damn thing off all together (example: iron man 2 air assault drones) Joints so loose that the figure can't take its own weight (example iron man 2 titanium man, and at least half of the marvel universe line) Transformers: parts that should have been glued down that come off all over the place (smoke stacks etc) Parts that should have had a metal bit put through so it doesn't keep coming off (quite a few) Ball joints, now these are the worst of all. Sometimes even in the packaging the ball joint has popped out (wtf??) you are transforming, carefully and slowly but that damn leg keeps popping off. They go loose about a week after you get the toy. I am really careful with the toys I have. In the UK we don't get half the stuff that USA does.... even the so called shelf warmers are scarce over here. and so I treat my toys very well. I managed to get brawn the other day (ROTF) and soon as I began to transform it, the legs kept popping off. Nice design, very badly implemented (as I have come to expect from hasbro of late) Due to it being top heavy, these loose ball joints can barley hold it up. So is all this cost cutting or what? or are they having a laugh at our expense? gluing down joints that should move, just for a laugh? making toys that fall apart soon as you get it out of the packaging...for the fun of it? transformers that don't go together correctly in alt mode..... robot modes that parts unclick themselves when you move an arm... (classics powerglide for example) How do kids even play with these toys with these faults? Discuss.