I understand the confusion. I said "Bayverse fanboys" and you thought that applied to all fans of Bayverse, even though I never said that. I'm a fan of Bayverse and still consider myself a genuine fan. That's a generalization, of course. You can still be a genuine Transformers fan and dislike Bumblebee, but I'm saying that fanboys and critics are literally hating on this film to a toxic extent when all it did was be simple and innocent and give some fan service that the previous films missed, especially with certain retro elements. My problem with you is that you've spoken with me before and you know that I enjoy a lot about Bayverse, especially the first and third films, and still you took my comment out of context to go on a tangent that completely missed the point of my post. Even after I explicitly told you that's not what I meant, you just had to have your speech. It was supposed to be a post in appreciation of Bumblebee. That's not cool, man. If using the word "fanboy" in close proximity to the word "Bayverse" triggers you on a personal level, let me know, but I never considered you a fanboy at all. Take it easy next time.