Let me ask then, what do you all think the price for this set should have been?
If there are no moving parts to the worm (as it seems) and it doesn't light up, then the worm is basically a hunk of sculpted plastic.
If this is true, then that set really shouldn't have been more than $15. I think that would have been fair.
Big problem is packaging. Hasbro seems to want to stick to window packaging for flare. But there seems to be a lot of wasted space with this set. Put this in a smaller box, maybe have a small window for the figure (and yes I agree an accurate Bly would have been nice-though I have one already). For one, printing costs alone would have dramatically dropped if it was only the outer packaging that was printed on.
I really think Hasbro needs to rethink how they package stuff. The non-window boxes are just fine. Certainly they are less expensive.
Now this may rub carded/MIB collectors the wrong way. However, this is business. Hasbro needs to find some ways to cut costs. Packaging is definitely one of those ways. If someone who is a carded collector just wants to display boxes of stuff, then heck, I'll send you my boxes of toys. Just pay for shipping and it's yours. I'm not a carded collector, so I don't see the sense in having things display that you can't pick up, turn around, repose, etc. So the difference between window boxes and non-window boxes is what? That you can see the real toy? Meh, I'd rather save some scratch and buy stuff in traditional boxes.
Just an opinion though.