3. Arcee having a colour malfuction, red? Why?
5. Overall, the teaser is presenting nothing meaningful, its just a bunch of random nonsance slapped together or some of the best scenes
6. When is the main trailer actually coming out, so we can learn a little something about the actual story?
3. Because a straight pink bike would be laughed at. And it's not as if Arcee hasn't had other colors before (blue in Prime, THREE in Revenge of the Fallen, depending on how you count that mess).
5. That's the point of a teaser, to give people a tease to garner interest for a later trailer.
6. The story is "Optimus Prime finds animal Transformers on Earth, they join up to fight evil robots". I really doubt you're going to garner anything more complicated than that from any teaser or trailer.
What I'm hestiant about:
A trailer's tone can always be deceptive; but it seems We're back to being the epic epicness of Bay movies. As much as I enjoyed most of them, it feels like they might not have learned anything from Bumblebee.
Actually, the focus on the robot cast seems to be a cue from Bumblebee. Prior to BB, most Transformers films pushed the human element to the front with the robots relegated to set dressing in the action sequences. Here, Optimus Prime and Primal are a significant driving force in the narrative with the humans being acknowledged, but hardly a focus. We're also seeing a wide range of the cast, with Optimus Prime, Primal, Mirage, Bumblebee, Arcee all getting notable looks, with Battletrap, Rhinos, Airrazor, Wheeljack, and Cheetor being clearly seen.
The producers said they wanted something closer to the old Bay films (which generally made money, despite critical thrashing), and this looks to provide, But I also feel that lessons from Bumblebee will at least get us something that's better than the average Bay iteration.