View Poll Results: Worth buying?

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Thread: Toy Review - Hot Rod (Studio Series 1986)

  1. #21
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    I've been keeping records of parts counts and weights of my figures, then running regression analysis to see how strong the correlation is with price. It's pretty strong. And this figure has a lot more parts than your standard deluxe and actually more than your standard voyager. So on paper it's better "value for money" than a lot of other voyager figures.
    Although this is just one way to describe "value". I know it's very subjective.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Butcher31 View Post
    I've been keeping records of parts counts and weights of my figures, then running regression analysis to see how strong the correlation is with price. It's pretty strong. And this figure has a lot more parts than your standard deluxe and actually more than your standard voyager. So on paper it's better "value for money" than a lot of other voyager figures.
    Although this is just one way to describe "value". I know it's very subjective.
    Get yer logic and reasoning outta here mate.

    Yeah, I can feel the quality and its plain to see its obviously more than a deluxe size could handle.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tetsuwan Convoy View Post
    Get yer logic and reasoning outta here mate.
    But I want MORE independent variables - number of metal pins, number of different colours, number of tampos... Then we can go full blown multiple regression !

    Or maybe just Pearson correlation since it's the moulds that cost 10s or 100s of thousands of dollars i.e. part count (mould count) vs price.

    And so ends the lesson in becoming a Hasbro accountant .

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tetsuwan Convoy View Post
    Get yer logic and reasoning outta here mate.

    Yeah, I can feel the quality and its plain to see its obviously more than a deluxe size could handle.
    Sorry. You're right. I'll see myself out.

    I included screws and pins but they don't make a difference to the price. Yeah, including paint and tampos would be interesting.

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