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  1. Those are definitely cool. Please keep us informed of any updates.
  2. I've used google wallet on buy.com before and it's fine. Basically it's a way to pay for stuff without signing up for accounts all over the place. You should be able to sign up for google wallet on the google website and then just check out on the ecrater site if that makes you feel better. But I've heard so many horror stories with ecrater that I'd be more afraid of buying from that site than using google wallet.
  3. Powerglide, Onslaught, and Silverbolt were okay molds. My main issue with them was that I wish there was more engineering in the toy rather than the sound and light gimmicks they came with. For me, the higher price point should have meant more complexity just like a Voyager is more complicated than a deluxe which is more complicated than a scout, etc. The only reason I have them in my collection is that I paid $15 for each of them new.
  4. Here's a few of my things for sale. Shipping and any paypal fees are extra. Everything is MISB unless noted. MP-11 Coronation Starscream $150 Takara Transformers Prime FE Cliffjumper $50 AM-05 Megatron $35 EZ Collection 02 Set of 8: G2 Megs, G2 Prime, Skywarp, Bluestreak, Hot Rod, Prowl, Hound & Starscream $65 Classics/Universe/Generations/RTS United Windcharger/Wipeout $45 United Warpath $32 United G2 Megatron $35 United Wheeljack $35 United Scourge $35
  5. Well didn't Alternity Megatron have kind of a samurai vibe to him? Maybe they'll make this repaint look similar. For G2 megatron I'm okay with my United version.
  6. First of all let me say that I admire Shadowpanther's passion on the subject and trying to enact change but I think he's going about it the wrong way. Regarding a few points that were made: The people that are selling on ebay as a business are the people that should be charging for their time. If it's their primary business then their time is certainly valuable to them and they should be compensated for it. Also, maybe they are trying to market their business using their boxes/tape etc similar to how BBTS or Amazon does with their business. Then using USPS boxes don't fit their needs. And even if they aren't marketing their business priority mail and even fed ex packaging doesn't fit everything. And a lot of people do just buy boxes because they don't want spend their time searching for a free box that will work. As for the guy that was charging $13 for mailing that toy. Yes you and the seller may be on the coast but have you ever thought about what it will cost him to ship the toy across the country. At that point, depending on the weight of the package, $13 is a crazy amount. He's decided to take the guess work out of shipping for himself and just said I'm charging $13 for it. Finally, by you clicking on that button to buy the item from the seller you are already agreeing to their terms and prices. As long as the seller isn't being deceitful in their listing and how much you will be paying in shipping then there's really nothing ebay or paypal is going to do to help. It's your choice whether or not to buy something. I run into a lot of people lately that don't understand the idea of a contract. From a legal standpoint, they made an offer you accepted it. You pay and he ships. If you short pay then obviously he's not going to send the merchandise. If he ships it without packing material or he takes longer than promised then those are things worth complaining about. When you go into a purchase knowing that the seller is charging you $10 but you know it's only going to cost him $6, that's your choice. Don't blindside the guy after the fact because he charged you $4 more than it actually cost him. I'm pretty sure somewhere on ebay it says that buying or bidding is creating an agreement between you and the seller. If you don't like his price then ask him a question and see if he'll work with you. After reading your post, I'm scared to sell on ebay.
  7. I've got BB MOSC. Just asking $12 and shipping.
  8. Got animated Rodimus from a guy at a TF fan get together.
  9. Finally got my Alternity Starscream and Skywarp.
  10. Not bad but they seem like they missed the trend by about a decade.
  11. Wow...just wow....and can you imagine how BIG the truck would have to be for Prime to fit behind the wheel???? I think there are sites that have solutions to broken rubber bands....at least I'm pretty sure I've come across them back in the day.
  12. Bit of a buying spree lately, bought a bunch of Macross stuff, got the group buy Defenders in, and Wal-mart Hardhead in anticipation of the Headrobots set.
  13. Grabbed a loose Skullcruncher for my Cobra Headrobot and Dark Henkei Skyfire for a great price.
  14. Sweet pick up. I'm planning on grabbing Dark Skyfire this weekend for a pretty sweet price.
  15. Cool news. I'm not sure if I'll get Astrotrain and Blitzwing though. I was never that big a fan of those but I think Sixshot would be cool to have.
  16. I just got my stuff from a trade. Botcon Black Rodimus Alt Mirage BT Arcee ROTF Bruticus Henkei minibots (the set with Warpath, Cosmos)
  17. Wow, that actually works pretty well. I just need to get a freaking animated Arcee.
  18. Buy it! There's a local vendor that has one and it's a great display piece. I'm 5'10" and I think it comes up to about my chest.
  19. Pretty sure they released a G1 version after the white one.
  20. I finally found a ROTF Lockdown. And on a non-TF not I found a Hot Wheels Delorean.
  21. Took me a second to realize what was going on there. I've been wondering why this kit bash hasn't been done yet.
  22. Uh, just him, or any of us? *gets in line, why not* Query: do they make martini stirrers? Or does one just use a straw? :schin Yeah they make martini pitchers with big stirrers, but I'm a fan of the shaker too.
  23. How many martinis are you making? Hate to burst your bubble but they were probably free to her.
  24. Went looking for Arcee but didn't find her. I did find Samurai Prowl and decided to pick him up instead. Also blew a bunch of money on JLU figs, LEGO, and more LEGO.
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