True. The reason I highlight it is because seeing those two Unicron's may make people who don't know the process think "well they've done everything already... they're just being greedy... why do we have to wait 18 months". They need to understand that those 3d printed, hand painted, hand assembled prototypes are only representative of the final product, but not actually the final product. All the steps in making the actual toy, rather than a glorified custom, come next. As of right now, the most amount of work they've actually done is virtually... on a computer, in a CAD program, in the thing that will be turned into those molds. And that's cheap. That's just Takara and Hasbro employees working on a computer.