When we received the first production test shots for all the new PVC included in this wave, I noticed that the purple parts were a tiny bit warmer than what was expected. Variations of this nature have occurred plenty of times over the years, and are usually so minor that we just keep rolling, assimilating any tweaks that need to be made along the way.
What stands out with the Armorvor is that all of its secondary "swapped" colors are painted on. This means that if the requested purple paint has a little more blue in it, and the injected purple PVC ends up with a touch more red in the mix, we will sometimes have a minor discrepancy. This is due to the paint department using the requested PMS color swatch to match the paint hue as faithfully as possible to the supplied color mechanical, regardless of what the PVC actually looks like. Luckily, since the Armorvor has all of its "swapped" areas painted on, the variance is uniform throughout the entire figure.
I wanted to point this out, as a few of you might find these manufacturing hiccups of interest.