Honestly I'm not a big fan of the old cartoon Transformers, mostly becuse the concept of shape shifting robts that mimic everyday vehicles never really stuck me as "fun" or engaging/realistic on a "mature intellectual level." (The movies were good however, but nothing like the old school cartoon.)
With that said, the way you lay this concept out makes it sound really fun, and makes me want to roll up a bot and give it a go, not something I was expecting when I began to read the sub!. 8)
I guess perhaps its the way the Artifical intelligence programming is laid out in the rules that make it sound more appealing, and gives some structure to the concept making ti less of a "make stuff up" feeling and grounds them a bit more firmly in pusedo science.
Regardless, I'm looking forward to seeing more of this, great work so far!
It's hard to add to the excellent points Wolf and Moon and already made, but one thing sticks out in my mind here.
I've devised a map with 15 points of interest (label with x's and the corresponding number). Certain x's need to be completed to be able to enter the next part of the dungeon.
If you mention a map in your sub, then include the map for the readers. Nothing is more useless than a reference to a non existing part of the sub, it makes the idea of zero value to the reader and will only serve to frustrate them when they look in vain for the non existent map.
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I concur whole heartedly with Moonhunter to put this back in your working folder and give it a complete overhaul, it has potential, but not in its current rough draft format.