Wasnt sure if this was a general topic discussion but since it's pretty much a production issue when it comes to the origin of the seekers I figured (no pun intended) the toy discussion forum seemed appropriate. So yes, we all know why the seekers look the same with the coneheads being the only "deviations" and the way we identified them was by their color schemes. But now that Hasbro introduced the "smirky face" with Thundercracker/Red Wing, I think it's time to take the next step and start making the seekers less generic and start giving them more varying appearances, not just an expression change. Perhaps give one seeker a faceplate. Another a visor (or a cylon style strip, wouldn't be the first time designers borrow from BSG for this franchise) or a HUD type setup. An eyepatch. Change the helmet designs. From a storytelling perspective other than developing their personalities and giving them different colors now you can mess around with their appearance to make them even more distinguishable from one another. Of course, from a production standpoint yadda yadda yadda Hasbro will never do it. It would probably take one of the artists working on the comics to start playing around with the designs and then a 3P would come in. Or are you guys OK with the seekers all looking the same and accept it as part of their charm?