I just received an e-mail from TFSource peddling "Limited Edition" Fans Toys figures (FT-30B and FT-31B). These aren't "Limited Edition," as in Fans Toys is going to make a small quantity and never make it again. Fans Toys did produce a limited edition "X" run for the di-bots, and FT-10X (Phoenix) was a limited edition. These all have uniquely numbered spec cards. They also did a one-off gray Quakewave for Toy Dojo and they specified the number of FT-20G (Guardian repaint of Terminus Giganticus)... so I suppose those could be considered limited, but Fans Toys never said they would never make more (unlike the aforementioned "X" variants). There have been limited quantities of some figures (like Apache and Koot) that had second issues, or eventual reissues. FT-16M and FT-29T are examples of limited quantity figures that I would expect to be reissued in the near future. I think it's disingenuous for retailers to advertise these Fans Toys figures as a "Limited Edition" when the figures are not, in fact, limited edition. I would hate to see people fall for this kind of advertisement and quickly pre-order these figures in fear of a short supply. I would not expect a reputable retailer to use these tactics. Edit - They have now fixed it and removed the "Limited Edition" verbiage from subsequent emails and the figure pages.