I think there is some magic choke test that parts need to pass to be acceptable. It simulates child's windpipe. The parts either need to be small (pill like) so they can be swallowed, or so big that they can't lodge in your throat very easily.
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I like both of these, but will hold out for sales similar to the main 6" line. You can get most of the figures still for $10-12 instead of the original $20. Biker Scout and Jabba should be available more in the $25-30 range. The figures look excellent, the packaging looks like a Dollar Store special.
Okay, so here's a question to Hasbro for Toy Fair. If people have been finding product they want to buy, like Diddly and others, on the pegs, but they pass on them due to horrible quality control (paint apps), then isn't this is another reason that product doesn't move? It's not that people don't want what they put out but they pass on it because the final product is bad.