Eh, there'll still be complaints. Like how the Ghostbusters were all released on the same body sculpt, despite the actors' physical differences, or how they actually wore their uniforms (pants tucked/not tucked in boots). Or how the particle stream effects pieces didn't come with the original basic releases, so if you wanted them, you had to double-dip on some otherwise insignificantly different set.
Watch the first Lion-O release to come with the Sword of Omens only in its dagger form or something stupid, forcing you to buy a later figure for the real deal.
It's an unsettling pattern of disrespect the company continually shows its "fans". That little snot of a mascot they use for their fansite is hilariously appropriate to their apparent attitude. I personally cannot fathom why anyone would hand money to the little punk.
They've frankly got a long way to go in order to earn any form of respect and/or trust, given the long history of shenanigans they've pulled on collectors. Some of their antics would be excusable at retailer level (like doling out additional accessories for rereleases/variants), but not at exclusive, online-only, for-the-fans double price level.
Edited by mx-01 archon, 09 July 2015 - 05:30 PM.