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To add insult to injury, if I'd bought it, it's pretty likely that it would still be sitting unopened at the back of a wardrobe because of space* issues.
I've made better decisions and I've made worse but it's one I wince at whenever I think about it.
* no, not that kind
And it all started with that sort of thinking... ie, "I am going to regret not buying this here while it's cheaper". Now I'm regretting buying too much! (But at least this way I have gotten cheaper Lego, so, could be worse :))
b) During my dark ages, one of the few Lego products I noticed were the X-Pods. I'm now trying to get hold of all of them, but it would have been so much easier had I bought them back then.
i was offered one for EUR 280 in a sealed box a couple of months after retirement...Can't remember why I did not buy it, probably money issue...2 days later i changed my mind and contacted the seller, but of course was sold...I then told myself that I will never buy it...
For the record I am so impressed with the build mainly because I don 't believe it has any specialist pieces but is absolutely spectacular - if you don't have one this is well worth brick linking as it's fab!
It's like all of the planets aligned on that day to allow us to capture and share that perfect image for all of our decendants to marvel at.
You get what you need
Well, it doesn't have such a great part out value. Then again most SW sets fare quite poorly in that regard.
There are a few bley 8x8 plates!