Just reading through this thread, I don't think things like wanting a waist swivel, things locking into place properly (or at least holding properly with friction) like the Mastadon's flip through arms or the weapons actually being gripped by the hands vs. sliding around the holes is them is reallly upscale or "elitist" type thinking. I feel like the general complaints about Daizyujin are bringing it up to snuff in terms of having the fit and finish that a $300 collectible marketed as high end should. Wishful actually brings up a fantastic point in that it does quite a bit that many SoCs don't and it's entirely true; personally I just wish it did what it does better vs. wanting it to do more. Taurus' point about purchasers of GX-72 (and honestly GX-71) not necessarily being 1:1 with the general SoC collecting community is also a great point and shouldn't be dismissed. Those two releases brought a huge amount of new people to the line and it makes sense due to them having a significantly larger global popularity than other properties the line has covered. Look at threads like this, even; they've never seen the amount of regular discussion that they got because of these releases and reissue. Overall, pretty much every post has had really valid, solid points and from the outside it's been a great read.