I have been looking around and around here on the forums, and one thing I have seemed to notice is quite odd to me. Despite having upwards to $10,000 invested into a collection or more in many cases, the overwhelming majority of figures seem to be displayed on the cheapest shelves possible. Maybe I am wrong, maybe it does not matter, and likely: people dont care. I simply wonder why you would spend $550 on a Herc, but not more than $15 on a shelf. Why not get something nice... glass... custom. Something hand made to order... that fits into a room... with lighting... protection... ventilation. To be honest, the most badass transformers case never seen could likely be made from scratch with a fraction of the cost of an average 3rd party combiner. So why then, in a community full of nerds proud of their 30 year old plastic toys, whom have so much extra income that in the middle of a world-wide recession they can spend hundreds of dollars on Japanese imported toys an average American would have no idea even exists, why then does no-one spend "the big bucks" on the displays themselves? Maybe they have, and maybe I missed it. But I could find 10 pictures in 2 minutes that show $5,000+ of toys on about $40 worth of wood.