Transformers used to be my absolute favorite toyline to collect. I got the originals, I had bought a bunch of G2 stuff, I had nearly every Beast Wars figure, and then I stopped during Beast Machines. Then I started getting the Cybertron stuff and absolutely loved the Classics. Now though, with how many times Hasbro has screwed the line over, my interest in Transformers had waned. The classics are great (love Cyclonus, Scourge, and Kup), as was the Animated line, but since Hasbro does not know how to distribute these anymore, I am not that big on them anymore. In fact, I have thought if I should sell of my collection many times, but then, if I do, I know a few years later I will want them again. On the other hand, maybe I'll sell off my MOC/MIB collection and just keep the loose stuff. Or vice versa. I do not know. It is hard, as I don't want to part with the toyline, but the lack of a paid job is making it very tempting. Plus, the vintage toys are no longer that cool to me thanks to the Classics line. Outside of Galvatron, who's cartoon color accurate reissue is vastly superior to any of the recent Galvatron figures, the vintage line is not really all that great. I loved them as a kid, but nowadays I merely keep them out of nostalgia than anything else.