I wasn't sure exactly how to title this, but I was just curious for those of you who have a vintage collection (or are actively pursuing one), do you have it displayed? I'm still in the process of completing a loose vintage collection (my overall collecting goal for now), but it is something that has gotten put on the backburner recently with losing my job, working part-time, higher prices, other interests, etc. I'm hoping to get back to picking a few more figures up here and there this year, and started thinking about how to display them. Right now, the figures I do have are just baggied and in a rubbermaid box for now. I get them out and look at them every once in awhile, but don't really have them set up and on display.
Ultimately, I'd like to (down the road) have a display similar to some I've seen on here (Scott's comes to mind, and I think there are others) where you have the vintage lineup and then their best-made modern counter parts next to them or opposite them. I've often thought that if I had to pack up all this stuff some day, or sell some off, that if I only had a small display I'd like to have at least that stuff out. The vintage line is what started it all for many of us, and still holds the most nostalgia for me. Anyways, just wondering how many of you have your vintage stuff on display (or if you want to share pics, that's great too).