As the title says, what are you (realistically) expecting, and what would you like in an ideal world from the TLK toy line? Judging by the Premier Edition Optimus, I think we can expect something very similar to the AOE figures in terms of complexity and decos. It's almost certain there'll be one steps and three steps, Titan heroes, probably legion class too. Hopefully Hasbro's learnt its lesson and not make so many other lines though like the Dino sparkers etc. It'll be interesting to see if the 'traditional' size classes will be treated as Generations this time round, given that they've said Titans Return wont go hiatus for the movie line. Maybe they'll just make 'warriors' rather than deluxe (not that there's any real difference) and voyagers under a different name. What I'd to see is a line where the deluxes, voyagers and leaders get slightly more complex transformations, for the sake of accuracy, along with screen accurate decos, and with some thought given to realistic scale. Something like Wei Jiang's versions of Evasion Optimus and Hound show that the movie designs can translate into physical figures. It's the little touches like how the wheel rotates up onto the thigh on M01 (Optimus) or how the wheels actually become the toes on M02 (Hound) along with other extra parts, Hasbro's designs have been a little lacking in that way since DOTM and HFTD. I know they'd cost more but I'd rather Hasbro produced something that's high quality and more firmly aimed at aollectors and pay a bit more. There's no reason, then, why they couldn't still have the simpler lines for kids, maybe making slightly less complex (and therefore cheaper) variants of the deluxe and voyagers and sell those as warrior class, thus offered good something for the kids which they or their parents could afford. Obviously that isn't going to happen, but it's quite saddening when you see something like the Wei Jiang retools receiving lots of care and attention but the official product falls short, like the new movie Optimus.