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Officially the most expensive new LEGO set I've ever purchased. I just didn't have the patience to wait.
Break the dam! Release the river!
Bought the Creator bunny for Miss Speedy, and hoping it placates her want for a pair of real rabbits for Easter! Dropped a couple of the new SC sets in as well for a brace of Easter relateed GWPs
As for the PAB wall I managed to cram 120 each, so 240 total, of the Lavender 5x6 limb Elements into two Large PAB cups as well as whatever additional random pieces I could find to fill in most of the empty spaces. So essentially the online PAB cost of those 240 pieces almost broke even for what I paid for the 4 total PAB cups I purchased and all the other parts in the two cups with the limbs and the other 2 large cups was just bonus parts for what I paid for all 4. The other two cups had a mix of 1x6x6 door frames, 4x6 & 8x6 plates, 8x8 corner & half circle plates, a bunch of assorted 1×2 roof tiles, 2x3 flat tiles with angle in medium stone gray and some other random stuff as well as a few random torsos, heads, hair pieces, a boom box and 3 of the trans orange cup pieces I managed to find in the 4 bins of random mixed parts in the PAB wall.
Also purchased a few smaller sets I wanted to spend enough to get 2 each of the Easter Bunny & Easter Polybag GWP'S.
I'm at the county park and thinking about building the ship here.