I don't really care one way or another as long as it's someone whom isn't a big name just to get a big name. That being said, I'd love to get Cullen back as the VA for Prime, but wouldn't be sad if he didn't get the role. Personally, I just hope Chalk doesn't get the role... he was great in BW/BM, but I don't really care for his recent portrayals as Prime in Armada/Energon/Cybertron. He's been alot better in Cybertron to be sure, but I guess he'll always be Primal to me and, as fans are always wining about, they're two completely different characters. I suppose I wouldn't mind seeing the guy whom did Prime in RID either, but I seriously doubt that would happen, because he's done even less VA work than Cullen. As for Welker, god please no. I just can't take Welker seriously. I wouldn't mind seeing Kaye as he's an awesomely serious villain. Not to mention, he plays Megs with class. Although, to be honest, I think that we're all kidding ourselves to think that they're actually going to use any of the existing VA's. The studio is going to look for people that will give them some box officer credentials. However, I'm hoping that they focus that for the human characters since we've been told the whole thing will be done from their perspective. Still, even if they focus the big name actors on the human characters I doubt we'll get Cullen, Welker, Kaye or Chalk for the VA's for the robots given this last tidbit of information. They will, more than likely, find some no name's that will do the voices well. Or we'll get a bunch of no name's and the movie will bomb. But to be honest, I just want to see the movie get finished and get all this harping over with. And, hopfully we'll got the route that Spider-Man, X-Men, Fantastic Four and other movies based on old school characters have. I'd love a franchise of movies, but, let's face it, the only way that's going to happen is if it appeals more to the mainstream than the fanwankers. Fanwankers seem to think they're going to bring the most money to the movie, but, seriously, that will not be the case. The movie needs to appeal to more than the old school G1 lovers and to more than the new school guys whom grew up with BW/BM and the current anime series'. No, what we need is something that's going to pull us into the mainstream, and fankwanking aside we aren't all that mainstream. Making this movie appeal equally to all the fans and people whom haven't even though about TF's in the last 15 to 20 years since the original G1 series stopped airing.