No, we do not. I am sorry. I understand your point, I just do not agree. I read these boards with a fair amout of regularity, and YOU are the only person who feels this strongly. No one else has said they weren't going to collect the figures if they could not have them all. If you are a completist, all of the variants are available off ebay (you only need two if you join the club) I was looking at the retailers list for the exhibitors at San Diego Hasbro, Mattel, McFarlane, Palisades, Jakks etc will all have exclusives at the show. I think the only thing for you to collect and be completely happy with would be Lincoln Logs You also comment that the error packaged Beaker is one of your concerns. This is just silly. I saw an eBay auction for a TRU Kermit with no hat... should Palisades make up a few thousand of those so every one can have this variant? Just because it exixts, it does not mean it has to be readily available to every one, hence the term EXCLUSIVE. If you need every toy it is easy, you should have gone to the Wizard World shows in Penn. and Chicago, and San Diego. Then you would be complete. (or at least your toy collection would be). What you propose does not sound to me like collecting. A big part of collecting for me is the thrill of the hunt, the adrenaline rush as I watch the eBay clock winding down, waiting to see if I won...... Your mentality of "everyone should have everything, without effort" is almost some sort of Toy Communism, for lack of a better word, comrade.