I've been somewhat slowly making my way through all the Transformers series as part of a half hearted personal goal to have seen every TF series. Some have been much easier then others, but I have to say, for as bad as the "Unicron Trilogy" is generally remembered, I rather enjoyed the series. This is technically my third time watching the series; way back in 2005 I had been watching Galaxy Force via the magic of the internet until around episode 8, when the site that was putting them up stopped. Unlike nowadays where everyone has high speed internet and there are multiple sources, there wasn't the options then, so that was as far as I had gotten sans cable/dish. Later Kids WB would show some of the episodes, so I had seen some of the series up to episode 26. Since then I hadn't seen or even attempted to see any of the series. I had finished Headmasters a few months ago and was going to go right into Masterforce, but really, I needed a break. After a respite I eventually decided to go to Cybertron/Galaxy Force and finish the Trilogy up. I started a thread here asking which version I should watch and was surprised at the near 50/50 division in responses. Ultimately I went with the first four episodes of Galaxy Force then switched over to Cybertron, watching the same episode again to get a feel for the differences then stuck with the series as Cybertron; I did use the TF Wiki after each episode to see the differences with Galaxy Force. Perhaps it was because of other factors, or perhaps because I had recently finished such series that were harder to watch, but I really did enjoy the Cybertron/Galaxy Force. Sure it had too much Burning Justice! and could've done without quite so many stock footage prolonged transformations, but the story was solid, the characters were fun, the cast was varied, and it was enjoyable. As much as I tend to dislike the human cast, I actually liked all the kids in this one. I didn't even care that it makes no sense that Coby was the engineering genius he was when it came to Cybertronian technology; in fact, it made me like him more. He was useful. 'Family' might be my single favorite episode of the series, which is really a surprise for me, but it was such a solid episode, I couldn't help but love it when Optimus shows up. Then when we got closer to the ending the way all the groups started working together really made the story shine. Even the "epilogue" was neat to see. I also really liked and downloaded Itsumo, the first ending credits song from Galaxy Force. The other thing that's funny is that I think Cybertron did more right then Galaxy Force looking at the notes and whatnot. This is a substantial departure to Energon/Superlink, where I considered Superlink to be a good series and Energon unwatchable. I also won't hide the fact that there were a few times I got out some of my Cybertron figures, like Scourge and Metroplex. Overall I think Cybertron works best as a standalone series rather then as a tie in to the others, it's a quite watchable and a fun time indeed. At this point, I have yet to see Masterforce, Victory, and Zone. I'm missing many episodes of BWII (but I've seen the movie) and a few episodes of BWNeo. I'm hoping none of those series are as hard to watch as Armada was (Seriously I had to force myself to watch it and it was only once a week!), or get as dull as the middle of Headmasters got.