^^ Yeah, same. I don't have any of the 450 series Hedos, but even without wanting to necessarily remove it, I somehow dislike the idea of any glued joints on a toy; I guess for me this is sort of verging into the soft vinyl kit or even art/display piece, whereas I still see these as playthings. I am sure there is likely some reason for it, but part of me feels this should then just be addressed in the mold, after all, one of the aspects of the 'artistry' of the hobby (as I am sure any of the makers will attest to) is figuring out the balance with a sculpt, points of articulation, and how (and where) to pull parts from the mold. Getting it all to work together is no small achievement, but one of the aspects that sets the top tier toy makers apart is the attention to detail and experience that allows them to achieve their vision in the sofubi medium. Probably reading/assigning too much into to, but just trying to frame why, even though it is seemingly a small thing, I can totally understand the slight disappointment in something like this.