And speaking of K-Mart...I wandered into our local KM for the first time in at least 2 months today and found both Tracks and Jazz. They were, strangely enough, located in a cardboard TF display apart from the action figure aisle (similar to how a lot of new DVDs/Blu Rays are put out); this was the first time I'd seen K-Mart have anything like this in a long time, if ever. They also had the Hailstorm and Brawn repaints (I can't remember their names), along with the Voyager class Highbrow and "Tear My Face Off" Fallen repaint.
Both Jazz and Tracks are pretty cool. I never had the latter when I was a kid, so it's nice to have him after some 25 years of waiting. The weird part is that the "rub signs" are a bit different than the classic style, as the logo is actually cut out (as opposed to being on a square decal with silver surrounding the actual rub sign), and it doesn't seem to work nearly as well as the old ones, either. Even the ones that were on the 2006 Classics line worked better than these. Either that or my body temperature is way too low.
It got me thinking, though: did anybody ever have a toy back in the G1 days that was actually a "spy" (i.e. an Autobot character with a Decepticon rubsign, or vice versa)? I vaguely remember a TV commercial where it implied that some toys did, indeed, have the "wrong" faction logo, but I never had one that fell into this category, nor did I know anyone else who did. Autobots were always Autobots and Decepticons were always Decepticons.