This will be a LOONGG term project. I'm setting a reminder in my calendar to revisit this thread in seven years. Anyone who has been in this hobby for decades has heard the mantra: "GPS isn't a thing anymore" only to have that proven wrong long enough down the road that the figure in question is considered an older product and therefore not relevant. An analogous phenomenon can be seen in the auto industry. Most people seem to buy a new car thinking that "only old cars rust" and that corrosion will never be a problem for their new car and they care for it (or don't) accordingly...and while there have been improvements in corrosion resistance (particularly in the 1980s when automakers began to use galvanized steel), new cars absolutely can and will rust, often starting around the ten year mark depending on climate, care, and model. As with corrosion resistance, the producers are not incentivized to prevent this problem beyond making the product last the duration of the warranty period or the duration of collectors' attention spans. In fact, getting old product out of the way makes room for new product in the market so the incentives may actually run in the opposite direction if you want to be cynical about it. Looking at Transmutate and Black Roritchi, each figure has a gold plastic with a metallic luster. They do not have the characteristic metallic "swirls" that many GPS victims have had but the flakes that are present may still be enough to disrupt the polymer chains and have our figures go "bad comedy Starscream" on us. To me, they both look like candidates. Based on the CAD images that we have seen so far, it appears that Black Zarak will have some components molded in gold. A vote for this figure would be even more speculative but GPS would be a fitting problem for this figure as the G1 incarnation is one of the most famous victims of this plastic disease. Folks have speculated about a similar parallel between the CW release of the Aerialbot Slingshot who is molded in gold just as its predecessor was. That figure has been left off the list since it's already five + years old so it has too much of a head start. Thoughts, opinions welcome. Barring any disaster, look for a thread bump in September 2028.