Crowbar, Hatchet, and Crankcase; still one of three of
my favorite figures from the DotM line, if not the entire Movie line (and Cyberverse). OK, so Cranky isn't that good by himself, but the other two are beyond amazing so he gets a boost by association.
Why no AoE Cyberverse, Hasbro?!
Also dug out their rival Wreckers (well, Roadbuster and Leadfoot, don't have the other one) but they don't even compare.
Hatchet is fantastic. But, what exactly is he? I guess he's a dog, since he sort of has a dog collar, but I've never seen a dog like that. Anyways, I'm actually very glad he's not movie accurate, because I adore the jet mode. His back paws hang out a bit too far in the back, but I've seen worse and it's a very solid mode, with the missiles making it even better.
I also wish there would have been a proper AOE Cyberverse line. I'm cutting down on the number of newer media deluxe and up figures I'm getting(though not too much since Hasbro keeps coming out with fantastic classic Universe figures!), but I would probably have eventually bought a Crosshairs, Drift, Hound, Galvatron, new mold Stinger, and Lockdown in Cyberverse scale if they were available. Something about their small, simple scale and transformation just makes them so appealing and fun.
Ok, so back to the thread at hand. My favorite thing right now? The AOE Dinobots, or at least the initial five(no Snarl or Slog yet). Because robot dinosaurs are awesome and transcend all logic. Slash is my least favorite, but I think I've fiddled with him a little more that some of the others because he has the most limitations when posing, thus making it a challenge to make him look cool. Don't like those weight lifting arms. Strafe is probably my favorite, because I enjoy flying alt. modes quite a bit, and I like the uniqueness of having two heads. The crossbow's a nice touch too, don't see those too often. However, he also has weight lifter arms. Why Hasbro, why? Does anyone like those kind of arms?