Can anyone suggest a suitable TF that can survive a 2 year-old? I'm looking for suggestions of a 'sacraficial' TF that can hopefully train my litle girl in the general idea of TFs before she gets bitten by Barbie/Bratz or whatever is in pink plastic these days. I know Hasbro slap a 5 year + age on their boxes but I think with a little exposure my daughter can handle it My daughter is a compulsive fiddler and seems to love gizmos and toy vehicles, so TF seemed like a good fit It is a bit selfish, because I know one day she is going to discover my collection and want to figure play... I'm not after anything super articulated or particlarly posable. Just a solid TF with a robust alt mode, relativly uncomplicated transformation sequence (G1 complexity), limbs that can stand yanking and robot mode to withstand getting dropped/thrown around. The toy should have bright visual colours (ie Animated) and in particular have panels / sections that can clip / unclip securely without breaking after repetative use. Most likely she will spend most of her time moving a few sections around rather that do a full transformation - something to work towards. After writing this, Powermaster Optimus Prime (without kibble) comes to my mind, but I'm kinda fond of mine. Maybe it is too tall an order, but I'd like to hear people's thoughts. Thanks!