Thanks Guys. I went through a mixture of feelings when I finally put him on the shelf.
First was relief. I had finally done it.
Then came sorrow. The biggest thrill of collecting was striving for the goal. There is an end to vintage and you can see the light at the end of the tunnel.
After going through those emotions I felt the thrill of the hunt comming back. I do have them all now but I need a weapon for Ree Yees and Leia, my Biker Scout is a bit yellow and a couple of others are a bit marked up.
Since I started collecting just over a year ago I've gone ballistic. In time I'll learn to collect in moderation. I intend to post my photos in the collections corner here but until I can get around to it (figure out how), heres a link:http://forums.thebothanspy.com/showthread.php?s=&threadid=4467
These are some shots from back in April or May. Alot has changed since then. Keep an eye out for my wall of R2. There are a few signed by Kenny Baker and now I believe I am up to 34 moc and most of the loose R2s from most eras. There are Trilogos/bilogos/bootlegs/errors/serial number variations and so on.
If you have an R2 that I don't I would love to have him. I will never have the biggest collection but I wish to have every R2 variation that ever existed (eg ROTJ 77 back and ROTJ 79 back. Thats how addicted I am).