Last weekend I decided to spend my two days off out of town, leaving my current home to go visit the city where I used to live. It is about an hour and a half away, but once I head to my new job it will be unlikely I will return any time soon.
I went to the gaming store that I used to attend practically every week on my way home from work or school. I never gamed there, but I frequently bought miniatures or rulebooks or just hung out. That day I just sat for a while talking to the owner, whom I've known for the better part of a decade. We talked about cats (there's always one in the store), the success of Pathfinder (which is apparently outselling D&D right now) and about how I was moving away.
I bought a Sabol Army Transport. I have wanted a good, flexible transport for miniatures. It sort of fits into my "Desert Island" plan.
I have been wrestling with a conundrum. One of my major armies is dwarfs, which are pretty small. Do I pluck out small cubbies and house a greater number of minis per tray, or more "normal" sized ones so I can use the trays with other miniatures? Thoughts welcome.