When they're designing the toys how does their thinking process work? Sticking the gigantic Dinobots in the deluxe size class just seems like something that wouldn't/shouldn't even enter their minds. The Dinobots shouldn't be any smaller than Leader class. But to sell more toys & make them more affordable Voyager would be acceptable. The deluxe class should be strictly for small shit like cars, motorcycles & small animals. Not planes, space ships or large dinosaurs. When they design the toys do they ever even try to match the character with a size class that makes sense? I know the answer is no but why not? They give us a fucking Voyager rhino & a deluxe triceratops. You can't even play with them together, you have to keep them separate. I don't understand why they can't try to match up the alt mode with an appropriate size class. Why is that so hard? Why is that asking too much? I know scale has always been an issue with Transformers but they could do a lot better with just a little effort. There's no rhyme or reason to it. How do they decide which character ends up in which size class? What makes them decide a character like Slug or Scorn will go in the deluxe class & Rhinox needs to be a voyager? Does the question even come up or do they just throw names wherever?