I don't understand why people are always mad and complaining about the fact that a good deal of the Bayverse toyline after its soft reboot was made up of shellformers. It's honestly sickening. Why do people do it? It's maddening! See this curvy sh#t below? I want you to think about making a functioning toy for him. Make it ages 8-12. It has to transform from a badass giant knight robot into a Peterbilt. Got it? And make it fast. He has NO KIBBLE! He has NO DISCERNABLE TRUCK TRAITS! So the fact that the designers at Hasbro managed to make the voyager below, keep it in scale, and make it not so complex that some exasperated, down-$30 parent stands there and admits to their child that they don't know what the f#ck to do with this piece of sh#t! We should commend those Hasbro designers! It looks ACCURATE! And yes, maybe the head is off, but whatever! It's accurate. Anyway, what are your thoughts? Why are people so adamant about shellformers being so bad? Yes, there are some cases where it's a bad thing, but there are places where it's completely fitting!