Hey there. Some background info before you comment: I can say that my parents didn't buy them for me, but I'm afraid most of my spending has been the result inheretance from a deceased grandparent who knew I love collecting things and even bought me one or two Bionicles as gifts. I'd like to think she'd be happy knowing that what she could give is going into this interesting endeavour. Anyways, henceforth! [All text relates to the image(s) above it, not below. They are in order from top left cubby hole to bottom right cubby hole, which is why the Bionicles are first, and not the Transformers.] (EDIT: I am no longer 15! Don't comment on my nonexistant 15-year-old-ness.) My monolithic display. This is the only thing here that was a gift from my parents, and I'm ever thankful! My Bionicles, Hero Factory sets and associated customs. One of the figures my grandmother got me is in the first image in this set, the yellow midget. My Animated collection- For a time, they were my favourite set, which is why they're one of the most complete. I did start losing interest towards the TRU exclusives, though. My Unicronians, Minicons, Classics legends, G1 figures and other nonstandard lines! Oh no, there's only one G1 figure, and it's a reissue my cousin gave me! Woe is me, diecast is superior to plastic, yadda yadda yadda. Well, I fiddle with my figures and I prefer them to not weigh the same as the core of a pulsar. Random, non-transforming, non-buildable stuff. Most of it is worthless except the WALL-E figures and the wooden WALL-E head, which I built myself as part of a school project. I also built a catapault with a friend, but he took it home because I didn't have enough space for it at the time. Continued in the next post because of built-in image limitations, which is kind of silly to be honest- but ok, whatever floats your boat you frivolious TFW005 forum software, you.