I'm not lying. I don't buy Mattel or Hot Toys though. I've been collecting for about 7 years, so not super long, but I own a few hundred toys at this point. You assert that I'm the problem, but I don't understand how. NECA toys don't require an owners manual or something. I'm able to handle and take care of toys that should be much more delicate, like Macross Valkyries with really complex transformations and potentially delicate parts. Maybe if I add in some more nuance you'll calm down and stop throwing insults at me? I've been a big fan of NECA for years, and I own a ton of their figures. Dozens of predators and Aliens figures. I army bought huge amounts of the warriors when they first came out. I have a bunch of the eggs, some cinemachines (which I love), the Alien Queen. I did own a bunch of Pacific Rim stuff but got frustrated with them and sold them, but I regret it with a few of them like Knifehead which I wish I still had. I have the huge 18" tall Gipsy Danger. I have one whole display case thats almost entirely NECA stuff, with the queen at the top surrounded by eggs, a little diorama below with some warriors, eggs, Hicks, and a diorama piece from an old McFarlane set. The predator trophy wall with some of my favorite preds like Ahab and the Armored Lost predator. The bottom shelf has the Cinemachines Space jocky next to some original press materials from the release of the first movie.
All of that said, even with all the other lines I own the NECA stuff is the only stuff I've ever opened to find it warped or hard it break after owning it for a few months just from gently trying to move the shoulder joint. Even if you have to just write it off by calling me unlucky or something, its pretty shitty to be strawmanned so hard. I'm not trolling or being unreasonable or saying I hate NECA, especially when I still buy their products. You're so abrasive and defensive that its really off-putting, dude.