Those overpriced TRU exclusive...things that a company Stan Winston started put out. They're all really cool monsters, but when they're priced at $15 a crack, sheesh. They sit next to the Transformers at my local TRU, and I just wish Star Wars or MOTU had the pegs those forsaken things are sitting on.
Another line that shouldn't have been was Art Asylum's line of Star Trek:Nemesis figures. If you're not going to do the whole crew, don't bother starting, IMO.
Cold beer. Or Dr. Pepper. A stack of new comics. Finding new swag for my collection. Riding my newly fixed Sea-Doo at idiotic speeds and loving every minute of it. Spending time outside reading or playing with my dog. Grilling a fat steak. Yeah.
Besides Star Wars and LOTR, I collect Hasbro's Transformers G1 Commerative Series. People blather on and on about Takara's stuff being better, but missiles don't really matter that much to me. Besides, that chrome wears off eventually.
I'm really hot and cold on MOTU. Probably due to the length of time that passes between actually finding the figures.
I tried to start on the Buffy line, but after receiving a couple of figures and MAC canceling the line and then putting out exclusives, who knows where that's going.
If you're looking for older stuff (funny term, the line's barely a year old) try KB. A local one here still has Jungle Attack He-Man and other pegwarmers. Also try out-of-the-way Wal-Marts, like those found in smaller towns. I've had insane luck there, and they often have figures like Beast Man, Stratos, and Man-At-Arms.
Also, keep checking every other Wal-Mart you can find, because I found MEF and Buzz-Off with Free Video #3 attached to them today, along with rage-inducing He-Man variants.
Stole it from a link at RS. I had a hard time keeping my jaw from hitting the floor after I put it in place. It's quite sad and hopeless in its tone, especially the conversation between Gandalf and Pippin.