Let the ring R be a MU_{*}-module via a ring homomorphism φ and suppose it satisfies the condition of the Landweber exact functor theorem such that we obtain a cohomology theory $R^*(-) := R \otimes_{MU_*} MU^*(-)$. If ω denotes the complex orientation class in $\widetilde{MU}^2(\mathbb{C}P^\infty)$, then R^{*} is oriented by the class $\omega_R := 1 \otimes \omega$.

Any other complex orientation of R^{*} is obtainable by homogeneous power series θ with leading term x over R: θ(ω). These power series are in 1-1 correspondence with multiplicative natural transformations $t_\theta\colon MU^*(-) \to R^*(-)$.

**Question**: Which t_{θ} restrict to ring homomorphisms which satisfy the Landweber criterion on coefficients? For which theories is this true for any θ?

The place to start seems to be by noting that if the formal group law associated to R^{*} (with the orientation given by ω_{R}) is F, then t_{θ} classifies the FGL $F^\theta(x,y) := \theta\big(F(\theta^{-1}(x),\theta^{-1}(y))\big)$ over R. Further, the p-series are related by $[p]_{F^\theta}(x) = \theta\big([p]_{F}(\theta^{-1}(x))\big)$, so it would suffice to show that the sequence of coefficients in the right degrees stay regular under this conjugation by θ.

This seems to be true for any θ as long as $[p]_F(x)$ is of the form $\sum_{n \geq1} a_n x^{p^n}$ modulo p. In general, it is of the form $\sum_{k\geq1} a_kx^{kp^m}$, where m can be taken to be the height of the FGL (Ravenel's Green Book), but I don't see why it should be true in the general case.

I am sure this has been treated by someone, but have yet to see it on print. If anyone has seen question discussed somewhere, please let me know.