This has been something that happens in most collector's oriented toy lines, and not something specific to Transformers or Hasbro. That is, the character they chose to release for collector's oriented toy lines are either based on popularity, or quite convenient remold, or random unless they have to be very specific like Combiners. What I meant is, there is little order in the way they are being release. Why are groups not release altogether, and in consistent size classes? This bugs me a lot. For example, most are hoping for a Voyager class Snapdragon, but instead I hope they make a Titan Masters Snapdragon instead if they are not planning to release a Voyager class Apeface. If Apeface is a Titan Masters class, why should Snapdragon be a Voyager class? Consistency! They belong in a group, 1 should not be different from the other. Why can't Waves be like: Wave 1: Supreme class: Omega Supreme Leader class: Jetfire Voyager class: Optimus Prime, and Megatron Deluxe class: Bluestreak, Hound, Ironhide, and Starscream Legends: Bumblebee, Brawn, Cliffjumper, Buzzsaw and Frenzy 2 pack Wave 2: Leader class: Reflector (due to gimmick) Voyager class: Shockwave (Megatron remold), and Soundwave with Laserbeak Deluxe class: Jazz, Mirage, Prowl, and Skywarp Legends: Gears, Huffer, Windcharger, and Ravage and Rumble 2 pack Something like that, until they finish the first year, then continue to the second year. That makes things very orderly and consistent. I see big improvements during the Combiner Wars, and Titan Returns toy lines though.