It's never a bad idea to plan things out...even knowing that new information will likely come along and totally blow these plans to hell. Where is your collection headed for this new year? What will you do differently? What are your primary goals? My plans are as follows: Ditch boxes/packaging- I have been struck by the incredible volume that these things are taking up. Only G1 and some BW figures have the box art that I love enough to keep. I'd like to get rid of 85% of this material, including MP boxes. Taking time to enjoy all of them, even the "fragile" stuff- Life is short, guys. I'm realizing that it's not worth saving these things for the next guy. Enjoy your stuff, take chances on transforming, don't worry so much about paint chips. I've had MP-39 Megatron for almost 2 years and I've never transformed it. Continue to chip away at G1- I'm perfectly content with official reissues but experiencing as many of these figures as possible has been a consistently fun part of this hobby since Beast Wars pulled me back in. In contrast to my previous goal, I do have an eye out for boxed examples (not necessarily sealed) in particular. Cleanup/complete my Beast Wars collection- I have virtually the whole run of these figures and I loved nearly all of them but about half of them can go and I wouldn't miss them. I'd like to reduce my collection by ~50% and get my MISB/MOSC favorites properly preserved in AFA style display boxes. Earthrise- As with Siege, I'll buy the majority of this line. I've enjoyed every single mold since the line started. I have preorders up for the whole first wave and I'm psyched to dig in. Masterpiece- Not really feeling these guys anymore. I love the ones that I have but the super-toon aesthetic isn't quite my taste and the rapidly rising prices are a bad sign for the sustainability of this line. I do want to find a copy of MP-43 Beast Wars Megatron and I may pick up Hound...but that might be it. 3P Legends- These have been a highlight of the past couple of years for me. I will likely get at least one example of every mold that Newage puts out...and probably the same for Magic Square. I already have a Newage H-13 Lucifer en route and that will probably be my first transforming robot toy of the new year. Continue to sell off old stuff in lots- So far, I've sold off 99% of m Armada Trilogy stuff, 80% of my Bayverse/Movie products, 90% of my TF Prime and Animated stuff, I seldom miss the figures once I drop them off at the post office. Currently, I'm sitting on a large collection of CHUG that aren't worth doodlysquat but they're taking up space in my life and other collectors could be enjoying them. I don't regret buying any of them... the figures owe me nothing. My goal is to only keep my top third or so of my favorite CHUG figures and let the rest go for whatever measly price they fetch. Refinement of everything/improving displays- I've been a diehard for TF since 1984. They'll likely always be a part of my life. With that in mind, I'm really working on narrowing down to the core of why they have always made me happy, and to trim off the excess to the point where it can almost all be on display in my home office. I'll continue to have a big collection but It's clear to me that I don't need to be ten bins-deep into this collection to be satisfied. If you read all of that, thanks for your interest...please share what you have in mind.