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I talked with one of the main guys at the store I most frequently visit and he thought they had said they were planning on rotating those builds ever 6-8 weeks. I thought that seemed like more often than they could handle seeing that some parts sit on the wall for a lot longer than that. But he did say that it looked like the next ones would have some interesting parts.
I will say that it seems that the LEGO employees do not like seeing, what is for many stores, half of their wall tied up with parts for two little models that are not minifig scale (would think that with the BaM in stores they would make more little carts and stuff for figures to fit into then they could likely also sell more BaM).
The one silver lining is it guarantees new parts in the wall at least every month (I think it is every month there is a new model on the wall) to choose from as the new model has smooth tires and also 2x2 orange tiles among other parts for those little minibuilds. Now they just need something that use 1x2 Sand green masonry brick as a build piece so we can see those in a bin :smile: