I still find it remarkable that TR Alpha Trion and Broadside are mold-mates: The level of retooling that went into creating Broadside is beyond extensive. To an outsider like myself, with no knowledge of toy design, creating a new mold altogether would have seemed like the easier task. The only conclusion I can draw is that even with this level of retooling, it is more economically viable for Hasbro to go down this path than making an entirely new mold. And if this is indeed the case, then the possibility for, for example, new Beast Wars toys has increased. I'm hoping to see new Generations versions of the G1 Dinobots and G1 Predacons in Power Of The Primes. I doubt I'm alone in that hope. We also saw Deathsaurus and Optimus Primal feature as candidates in the recent POTP poll. The number of potential beasts that could feature in the line grows. I wouldn't go as far as saying that POTP would have a 'beast' theme (though I'd certainly welcome it), there are some potential retool options that may please Beast Wars fans -- from robotic beasts to organic retools. Apeface becomes Optimus Primal Swoop becomes Terrorsaur Grimlock becomes Megatron or Dinobot Pounce becomes Cheetor or Tigatron Wingspan becomes Airazor Catilla becomes Cheetor or Tigatron Chainclaw becomes Polar Claw Snarler becomes Razorbeast They're all pipe-dreams of course, but given the lengths Hasbro seem to be prepared to go to, the possibilities are there. We're in for a fascinating future.