The interview with Haslab Unicorn's main designer said that Haslab's current size was limited by plastic strength due to the weight of the figure. There's also some concern over displaying a figure that, with its stand, weighs 30lbs. At the same time, Jakks Pacific has made several LARGE-scale rotocast PVC figures of Batman, Ninja Turtles, and Star Wars characters. Rotocasting is ideal for large-scale figures due to them being hollow and therefore lightweight and relatively inexpensive. An enterprising third party could pretty easily make a fairly large-scale rotocast Unicron with limited poseability for a relatively small cost, assuming that it's shipped unassembled- removable head and all. The thing is, would you want such a thing? If someone made a 4-foot tall (or larger) non-transforming Unicron, would you buy it?