I think I've said this before, and I'll say it again. Yes, there have been quite a few robots that transform into a shirt or pair of pants for another robot, and that was pretty cool back in the 80s, but now that it's 2010, I think people are right to expect some more advanced engineering. Legends Devastator (as disappointingly small as most people think he is) has some fantastic engineering to be able to feature 7 robots that transform into 7 vehicles and combine into a larger robot. When I first saw the PCC figures, I thought, well, no robot mode is OK as long as these drones have limb articulation in combined mode, but after seeing the video demo, now I realize that they don't even have that! With their spring loaded automorph, they basically form up into a rigid arm or a rigid leg. That's part 1 of my criticism, part 2 is thus: PCC represents part of a disappointing trend toward vehicle formers or non-robot TFs. Look at these RPMs. Personally, having never been a Hot Wheels fan, I would never, ever collect RPMs if my life depended on it, but some people must like them, and now Hasbro's even expanding the line to include a bunch of cars that just have flip out weapons, WTF? Matchbox sized cars were ok, but anything bigger than that is kind of sad. Well, now that I've bashed these toys, I am obliged to say that I probably will be getting the PCC toys. The reason for this is simply their size. I said before that being Legends sized, the drones should at least have the quality of engineering put into Legends Devy, but also being Legends sized, I find it is easier to excuse their simplicity. Having a small, multi-force style combiner is actually ok in my opinion so long as the drones are no larger than Legends. The minute that Hasbro starts making scout class drones for a deluxe class body is the minute I'm going to really flip a s**t, though.