So at this point, it feels safe to assume the third party market is largely dominated by either the MP-scale or the Legends scale figure. One of these is large enough to be incompatable with Hasbro-releases, at times fragile and usually prohibitively expensive, and the other is good quality but absolutely destroys the idea of scale for the large part. Meanwhile, the CHUG scale is a much smaller part of the third party market as it exists now. It was an option in the days of early 3P, such as Uniquetoys' Predaking, but these days Third Party Chug largely exists in the way of upgrade kits only, which have noticeably shifted from the same kind of companies we've seen producing full on figures to largely western-based hobbyists operating out of their own garage at a much more modest scale. Of course there's more to the idea of CHUG than just scale. CHUG-style designs, defined as "G1 but modernized" are still somewhat found among MP-grade 3P figures, though those being scaled at MP or somewhat larger heights render that somewhat moot. Every now and then though we seem to have something CHUG-compatible, something we can integrate into our Hasbro CHUG collections such as Hot Soldier's Centurion/Hearts of Steel Bumblebee or the 3P Legends figure that was meant to be Legends-scale in the first place, but by and large, it seems to be a more difficult angle of the 3P market to work with. How do you approach the 3P CHUG aspect?