Without knowing how the toy collecting community feels regarding the BAF gimmick, I was curious why Hasbro hasn't jumped on the bandwagon for TFs. Is it because there's still more to a TF figure than just ball joints and mushroom pegs (hinges, pins, etc.)? But looking at the way the Siege figures are put together I can see it working. You can have the main core of the body (chest, shoulders, waist and upper thighs) all be one piece, you can then have the limbs (elbow/forearms/fists and lower thigh/knee/shins/feet) be the other pieces and finally the head (connected via ball peg or on a panel that snaps on a via friction pin). The main reason I thought of the BAF for TFs was as an idea to offer the ultimate BAF: Unicron. Taking Siege as an example again, you could have had every figure across the entire Trilogy contribute a piece to build a mammoth figure as big or bigger than Fort Max and Metroplex. Sure, they could just release a complete Unicron, price it at $250-$300 and see how it sells. Maybe Unicron is too hard to pull off considering the size of his head alone would be as big as a basketball lol. Maybe break him up and sell the pieces separately (head, torso/shoulders/hips/thighs, arms/fists and lower legs/feet) IDK just throwing ideas out there. But for a basic BAF I think it can work, for those repaints/retools and/or 3rd tier/cult favorites. Or if Hasbro really wants you to buy a complete wave they could offer a brand new character. Again, just throwing out ideas.