Ok, so we know the Transformers movies have a variety of problems ranging from unnecessary jokes and some questionable plots. But among st them the complaints is one that I don't really grasp. Ok, so you know when the robots fight, one of the complaints is being able to tell who is who. Starting with the first movie, I think the complaint stems from the fact that it is shaky. E.g. The short brief fight between Starscream, Ironhide and Ratchet. The second movie, I would like to address the forest battle. Now here I can understand.... The Decepticons are just grey blobs unless your eyes can see through the different shapes and parts. By the time we got to AOE, I feel like this complaint is kind of nonsensical, there aren't many grey blobs amongst the bad robots. Even though I don't like AOE all that much, I will say I do have a better sense of who is who.... The one on one fights while not that exciting at least give you an idea on who is who (e.g. Optimus vs. Lockdown) When the robots aren't fighting, this complaint of not being able to tell them apart is still there even when the robots are just standing. Now to be fair these are just the Autobots..... I suspect the main problem is the Decepticons being colorless or so. Moving onto movement,the problem that people can't tell what's going on is still there. So is Frenzy skittering along and Devastator walking at a slow pace really hard to tell? So to cut it short, while the movie problems are there, the complaint that the robots are interchangeable and all look the same is kind of stupid I think.... I just want to understand what needs to be done in order to address this complaint... Do the robots, especially the Decepticons need more colour? How else can the robot action be improved? In my mind, we need to see more robot face closeups to get a grasp of the nature and emotion during the fight. What are your thoughts on this issue?