t's now been just over two years since I bought the Land Military mini-con team and started collecting transformers again. My collection has grown rapidly since then, but now my buying has slowed down drastically since both me and my fiancée are unemployed at the moment. So - time to take some pictures of what I've accumulated! Upstairs: Superlink: I have all the japanese regular release toys, but I still need the Hasbro unique moulds Kicker & Highwire, Galvatron, and Alpha Q. Picture is composited of four photos, as it was impossible to photograph everything at once. Beast Wars MiSB: The only figure I need here is Polar Claw. One of them is not MiSB. Can you tell which one? Beast Wars MoSC again, it was impossible to take a picture of my entire "beast wars wall", so I composited a picture from small photos of each individual figure. Too much time on my hands... Anyway, I still need a couple early deluxes and most of the early basics. I haven't decided whether I want the Fox Kids! repaints yet. This is probably the part of my collection that I'm most proud of - because I've resisted opening them! Downstairs, Cinema room: Left shelf: World's Smallest Transformers (including custom Sunstorm), MP Convoy, Brave Maximus and the binaltechs. The only WSTF I expect to get at some point, is Hot Rodimus, since I want to collect all the different moulds. I also need a custom box for v1 Prime with trailer. The chase repaints are too expensive. I sold my BT yellow tracks and red meister because I think there are too many repaints in the line. Wheeljack and THS-01 Galaxy Convoy are not pictured. Right shelves: Car Robots/RiD (complete minus repaints), Robotmasters (complete minus repaints) and Beast Machines. I plan to get Beast Wars returns versions of Blackarachnia and Silverbolt. I try to hide my Hasbro Silverbolt back there since he's so ugly . I will also get Universe Night Slash Cheetor for the same reason. I always collect in themes and the theme for Beast Machines is "tv show characters". Perhaps Tankor belongs on the "shelf of shame", though... My loose Superlink figures are also displayed here, along with Micron Legend. Note that I display Shockfleet with his wings in the air as opposed to dragging them behind him. Looks better that way. I sold my entire Armada collection, but regretted it a little, so I decided to collect selected figures. Skywarp and Blurr are the next on the list here. At the bottom right, you see the "shelf of shame". I like all those figures, but they just don't fit in with the rest of the collection. Bludgeon is therefore definately for sale (Bumblebee and Thunderwing have already been sold), but I haven't decided what to do with the g2 moulds yet. Finally, there's my loose Gi Joe collection between beast machines and robotmasters. And here's my carded GI Joe collection along with two MiSB RiD figures ( I would have opened them, but there haven't been any room on the shelves for a long time). and the G1 shelves in the hall: My g1 collection consists of every TV show character up to and including 1987, as well as every character pictured in a japanese catalog from 1987 and onwards. I have everything I want from 84-87 (except Freeway, Perceptor and Crosshairs, but they are on their way), and only need two toys from 1988 (Hardspark and Browning). The later years are missing many figures, those micromaster combiners are really hard to find! I moved Thunderwing and Bludgeon to this shelf before taking the picture, because I had to sort the first year of micromasters by their US faction anyway, due to spacing problems. Why is there always one figure too many for the shelf or one shelf too few for a full set? By the way, does anybody here have a complete Masterforce collection? Right shelf: And that's it - pretty good for only two years of collecting in a modest household. If anybody has any of the figures I mentioned that I want above, or you see is missing from my g1 themes, please let me know. I am especially interested in the micromasters I haven't got (that were released in Japan - so no 1990 bases).