So now that I've gotten a couple of the Dinobots, I'm starting to wonder what we could get if Hasbro decided to give us more. As in remolds of the existing Dinobots to give them different dinosaur altmodes. Scorn- I talked about this when I commented in the toy review thread for him. Take off the sail, remold the beast head, and maybe the tail and robot mode head. I think you could get a good Dilophasaurus easily enough with that. If they want to go the full JP look give it the neck frill, and that could make a really good robot mode shield. People suggested names like Spittor, or Spit. Slug- I think someone did a fan version of Skar from Monstrocity or fan art of something of him once as a Styracasaurus. That wouldn't require changing too much, just the heads and hopefully the weapons. Grimlock- In his case the Beast mode wouldn't be a huge change, since T-Rex has those tiny arms. Probably a T-Wrecks or BW Megs with a new robot head, and in megs case weapon. Now we're getting into the ones I don't yet have. Slash- Well we've seen raptors remolded into Pachycephalosaurs before. Lets do it again. The beast mode head and weapons, plus the claws would need to be changed. And the feathers would need to be taken off. So it would be a little more extensive remold. For the name, how about Smash or Skull? Strafe- A real tricky one, due to his having two heads in beast mode. Without actually having the figure I'm not going to try anything for this one. Snarl- Definitly and Ankylosaurus. Take off the plates, remold the back and sides to sport armor, and make his tail become a club for robot mode. Remolding for the shell might end up being a little more extensive though. Maybe like Generations Springer and Sandstorm. Actually a lot like How sandstorm has the additional parts for tailfin and VTOL rotors. Slog- Getting him remolded into a different beast mode would actually be damn difficult. Brachiasaurs had very different porportions for their legs and tail. For say, an Apatasaurus you'd need to change the dino head, and then all four limbs and the tail exensivly.