Just finished The Man in the High Castle by Philip K. Dick. Recently started Fatherland by Robert Harris and the third volume of the Histories of Middle-earth, The Lays of Beleriand.
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As a toy line, the vintage line was definitely made to interact with EVERYTHING though. It was all made with only the play pattern in mind, while modern stuff can be made with just that one specific figure's "purpose" in mind, or the vehicle being designed for just one thing.
Vintage was a better toy line. Because I liked to be able to put Chewie in the X-Wing. If you have to ask why I would want to, I wonder if you were ever really a kid.