Siege Sixgun ✔ Kingdom Slammer ✔ Legacy (Cybertron) Metroplex ✔ Thrilling 30 Metroplex was 2013 (ugh, getting old) and his buddy Scamper is the wrong scale for the new Sixgun and Slammer. So Hasbro, when are we getting a Legacy Scamper? I know you've got stuff planned out for 2022 already, but 2023 would be 10 years (ouch, stop that) since the last one. And while he wasn't my formative years Metroplex, many Transformers fans consider Cybertron Metroplex to be theirs. So, Drill Bit when? He'd probably have enough appeal to sell well among the rest of us existing fans (and new fans). Speaking of a Legacy Scamper, Thrilling 30 Scamper looks like he could be a six-wheeled Cybertronian descendent of a Lamborghini Aventador. Now I know people have nocked around the pros and cons of using Earthrise Sunstreaker as a possible base for a Lockdown retool, but have you considered using a new tooling that could work for both Scamper and Lockdown? I think Lockdown works better as a Cybertronian-styled/-influenced car alt over an Earth alt, so six wheels and a big roof cannon(s) would fit him fine. You could use the combined design plan to make the new tooling a lanky, wiry tall deluxe (Leone's Angel Eyes, Star Wars's Cad Bane) figure not hampered by Sunstreaker's mold limitations. And since you'd have to fudge any Aventador inspiration anyway to avoid infringement, you could easily borrow design cues from Lockdown's Animated & RotF incarnations. Hell, drop the AoE Lockdown homage entirely, and just make Legacy Lockdown a six-wheeled, roof-canned version of his Animated & RotF incarnation. I'm sure Legacy Scamper would look fine wild from that shared tooling too if you just removed the spiky, Mad Max-y bits for his (p)retool. In conclusion, my Transformers heresy is a land of contrasts knows no bounds, but I still want a new Scamper and Lockdown.