Have I answered all your Questions and provided good Customer Service? THAT MAKES NO SENSE! That's the Paradox, my Friend!
I used to play Online StarCraft and WoW, somewhen someone told me about Cardboard, I bought SCBW and WoWtBG and here we go after 10 years. My Collection grew slowly to the finest 50 Games there are (I think). I prefer Quality over Quantity and a Game has to be played regularly to be fun, especially FFG games with so many rules to learn.
In my eyes many good games get ruined by the Manufacturer to save Production Costs. The figures are either too light so they tip over, or one has difficulties to grab them, too tiny. And I'm an IT-guy, I really don't have large hands.
I add weight to figures by adding solid iron plates and paint them to easily distinguish different Factions and Troops. Biggest Project was War of the Rings and StarCraft. In deep admiration of BGG User ScottE and others.
HI THERE! goes to Milo/Bangkok, Uber-Gamemaster and Ruler of all Rules. Another HI THERE! goes to Reto/Switzerland, without him Starcraft and Conquest of Nerath wouldn't be the same fun!