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I'd still pass at the price. I'd probably buy an e-copy online at £2 if it was available that way. But even at £1.50 or so per set of instructions it seems too expensive when you consider you must buy all 10.
BOLOCs indeed !
I agree that it's a bit overpriced, but I suspect that it'll be discounted by Amazon or The Book People in due course; it's already a third off RRP at Amazon's US site.
I find it inspiring.
MMV for an edition to Diagon Alley.
Monster Fighters Castle as another school in the world of HP
I Bought two of last years little Christmas train to create a bigger one.
I intentionally bought the $40 mine deal from Walmart last year with the intention of using the large mountain parts for a ski hill, and the rest as spare parts for my kids.
CMF's are continually used and modified to add onto sets.
But that is not cheap. Or quick. Any good remodel is not really going to be quick (unless you only have a small number of bricks). If it is quick, chances are that it is either a boring build (such as a flat plain wall) or too similar to the original.
@Thanos75 I too have thought about combining sets, like two 3661 banks into one larger bank and say with the #4429 helicopter rescue set into a large hospital