I think I've been pretty straight-forward with my feedback, but if it needs repeating...
I would like some of the behind-the-scenes folks working on this line to stop treating POP toy fans like they don't exist.
The 4H would never insinuate that something from the world of MOTU is 'inconsistent' / 'doesn't fit in with the rest of the line' once said item was put through the classics machine. I don't appreciate professionals in the industry (Mattel employees included) referencing the outfits on the original POP figures and throwing the word "doll" around in a way that's meant to explain away their inclusion in the Masters of the Universe Classics, nor do I appreciate the constant need to defend Filmation/Style Guide choices.
The fact is that we were told on several occasions that toy-based POP designs were going to be a big part of this line, and even after it was discovered that Mattel could do style-guide/Filmation versions all along, they continued to keep hope alive in fans by confirming that toy versions of secondary characters had a real chance of appearing in this line.
That the Filmation/Style Guide versions are generally more popular is a moot point. That cheap excuse needs to end.
Folks need to take responsibility for what happened with the Star Sisters, rather than (no-doubt) having a "most fans are okay with it" attitude. Evaluate your past comments/precedents and you'll see that the fans who are being disregarded as "a vocal few" actually have a point. If a mistake happened, it shouldn't matter if 10 people or 100 are complaining. Own up to it and make changes. And do more research in the future.
Moreover, while errors are also made on MOTU figures, from my point-of-view, in general, Mattel/The 4H are faster to respond to issues relating to characters from that era/world and show more willingness to correct issues. Show that same respect to folks who are bigger fans of the POP toy versions.