The limbs have no reason to cost that much. They're carbots which should put them in the $30-35 range, not the $45 (Soundblaster plus Laserbeak) or $50 (Soundwave plus Rumble and Autoscout) range. Motormaster, if he were alone, should be in the $40-50 range. With his trailer, I would expect him to be anywhere from $90 to $100. $150 is just too much. Magic Square Trailbreaker is one of my favorites and is pretty much ideal. Magic Square Optimus is a good example of what I'd want from a more high end figures with the accessories and trailer and such. Extra accessories are nice but I don't need them if they're just going to drive the cost up. I do like some of the innovations MST had made since their early days: in particular I like the way that hands fold away on Soundwave and the Seekers, and I like Soundwave's and Reflector's leg transformations. But I also feel like Soundwave was pushing the limit of what I want to pay for (and that's saying nothing of their bastard decision to bundle Laserbeak with Soundblaster). Megatron pushed it further but I justified it because he's special. He's the leader and he came with all those fun accessories. But I don't want to keep paying $50-$60 for legends figures. I'd rather they stick to the $30-40 range.