Howdy, y'all. I just had a brainstorm and was wondering if someone else came up with the same idea (or why haven't they tried to make it so). In my massive Lego collection, some of the Technic sets come with "hybrid" pins that on one side is a pin meant to fit into the side of a Technic beam-style brick, and on the other is either a stud with a hole in it, about 1/2 or 3/4 the length of the pin side (meaning the bottom end of a Lego brick can be attached to it) or a Technic axle (a cross-shaped rod meant to fit into a matching hole in some elements). Has anyone ever tried to make a hybrid pin that is a post compatible with 5mm peg holes (or some other sized hole for a specific Transformer) and on the other end, a Mini-Con Powerlink Point (with some kind of meat/junction in-between to keep the piece from being permanently stuck)? This piece would allow TFs not meant to interact with Mini-Cons to now have a means to do so. I have many ideas in mind with such a piece. One example would be mounting this piece on a Targetmaster Pointblank or Slugslinger and then Powerlinking a Mini-Con like Wreckage (Armada) or Break-Neck (Generations/Family Dollar) on top. Maybe your Misfire will be more proficient with the Skyboom shield than he is with Aimless. Maybe you're bored and just want to see what Scourge will look like with a skateboard on his head! Or maybe you want a practical way to weaponize PCC Mini-Con Throttler to use with your DOTM Topspin repaint. Anyway, let this be food for thought, and if someone decided to make (and mass-produce) this baby, I'd love to have 8-10 of them (half in black, the others in gray). -- Cybertronian. P.S.: To prevent breakage, it may be necessary to make the solid peg side narrower than 5mm... something thin enough to fit in Optimus Prime's bloated fists, or the hands of RiD 1.0's Build Team.