Well, yeah. I wasn't fond of Animated and their version of Ratchet, but I did respect it for at least handling the subject matter right. Hell, despite my dislike of Animated, I think their version of Blackarachnia pretty much rivals the original, because I liked how they handled her story. She was a compelling character, and I found her to be one of the best villainous characters (aside from Starscream, who was also pretty good, and the human villains, who a lot of people seem to despise but me, as the odd guy I am, I actually enjoyed them), whereas all the other villains just did nothing for me. Waspinator was also pretty nicely handled, but I can't help but sometimes think that I liked him just because I basically hated TFA Bumblebee a whole lot (I just found him extremely irritating and the fact that Bumblebee just wouldn't accept responsibility for ruining Wasp's life just made him even more irritating in my eyes, but hey, irritating or not, at least he said he was sorry, which already makes him better than Prime Arcee, but not much). But anyway, I digress, the point is, yes, although I have my misgivings with Animated, they at least had the decency to handle the subject matter of PTSD properly.