Although a taboo topic on a site dedicated to fanaticism, here's to throwing caution to the wind... Plastic Crack. A term used to make light of my addiction. But after several overdrawn bank notices in the mail, a room stacked full of bins, not saving in a down economy, stopping too frequently on whatever channel "Hoarders" is on, and realizing I can still see Transformers being transformed without paying for it (thanks to youtube reviews by The Pride of the Common Wealth of VA & TFW's very own Peaugh *Enter Sandman Riff*), I've come to the realization that I've accumulated too much. As such, I wanted to start a thread on the subject of perspective. Where are you in terms of keeping your collection under control? I loved gee wun; had several toys, grew away from TFs, came back with Beast Wars and the rest is ridiculous manchild history. I've finally drawn the line at Generations Dirge (and hopefully, Sunstorm), and that's it with my decade-long financial relationship with HasTak (said it before, but never tried cold turkey - no ebay, no forums, no b&m aisle hunting, etc.). I will, however, leave the door open to Fansproject offerings. They say "Everything in moderation...", I just want to know where a healthy place is to draw the line. Your thoughts?