I think you are reading too much into Scott's interaction with the org.First of all, Scott, the self-proclaimed writer REALLY needs to proof-read. Though this is more a grammar thing than anything else.
When speaking, rather defensively, about the use of Photog in the bios:
It's "Sure, We could have..."
This is a major point.
He can keep verbally alienating us this way because he knows we are so dedicated. We will keep buying the toys.
I would encourage people to write Mattel corporate and bring this kind of language to light. It doesn't take a rocket scientist to see that he's not wooing the customers; instead, he's being abrasive. That is NOT a brand manager's job.
Scott just doesn't appear to understand the long-term ramifications of his alienation of the customers.
The Org is a major reason MOTUC was such a success, at least initially.
He has to know that.
Secondary market buyers are also likely a major customer base.
Scott will never be able to make the Org or it's members go away.
He works for us in a way. We buy the toys. . His personal issues with the owners of the Org should have nothing to do with MOTUC.
All we need do is stop buying the toys, and BOOM, yet another of TG's toy lines fails.
He's under a LOT of pressure right now. Mattel isn't happy with the failure if the GL toy line, or the handling of DC infinite heroes or Retro Action (a line that is dead on Mattycollector because the brand manager loaded it with characters he wanted).