I know plastic windows matter a lot to MIB/MOSC collectors. I also understand the push to eliminate disposable plastic from packaging for environmental/pollution reasons. Soooooo... What IF the window was plastic but WASN’T disposable? Imagine a slim box window that has ramp connectors for bases or that acts as a view screen? Or what if we moved towards clamshell packaging that can be used as base building? The obvious answer is that it might raise prices but by how much? DVD clamshells are plastic and contribute little cost. The PARTS COUNT, DURABILITY, and COMPLEXITY are a lot of what contribute to cost. Blind bag figures are moving to plastic clamshells. So let’s imagine TFs come in a cheap, flexible DVD case style plastic. It could have pegs and peg holes for stacking horizontally and vertically and ramp attachments. And a window that detaches to act as a ramp. Unpainted. And Hasbro could do GIANT runs in orange and purple with sticker or cardboard overlays for UPC and product identification. We’re talking shampoo bottle plastic. But it forms playsets.