If you are not on the Fluxx or Rabbits or WeeklyNews lists, you might have missed the fact that Andy just started video blogging and even if you are on those lists, and saw his first Fluxx video, you still likely missed this new one from yesterday: <http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pVicmVXwO9w> so here is my question - how should we go about selling these? The first time we got some weird colors, we had only a couple of stashes, and they sat around for a year or two, and then Andy sold them on ebay - several years ago at this point. the Root Beer stash sold on ebay for $100 <http://www.wunderland.com/WTS/Andy/ProjectEBAY/Icehouse.html#RootBeer> the Watermelon stash sold on ebay for $51 <http://www.wunderland.com/WTS/Andy/ProjectEBAY/Icehouse.html#Watermelon> My question is: how badly do you guys want solid stashes of strange colors? Or what about if we turn them all into fancy Treehouse sets? When we first got this new batch of crazy off colors a few years back, and started trying to sort them into something useful, the job was a big challenge - because it was hard to find 15 that really were the same color. But finding 3 (a large, medium, and small) that really match well is a much easier challenge. So we will absolutely be making a lot of these into fancy Treehouse sets. Which got me thinking... a Treehouse set with 5 different trees of colors that almost nobody else has is WAY cool, I think even cooler than having a solid stash of all one wacky color. For the pyramid fan who owns a stash of every available color, and doesn't really see any need to own Treehouse - a Treehouse set with trees in 5 wacky colors nobody else has might be just the thing. No promises on how soon any of this will actually become available, but I do need to get this project moved off the game room table before Thursday... so I would love some feedback on this solid stash of wacky colors question. Assume a $50 price tag. Who on this list is going to be really sad if they don't get the chance to buy a solid stash of odd colors? My vote is to turn them all into a run of fancy Treehouse sets... -Kristin (she who manufactures pyramids) P.S. Never say never, but I never want to do a hand sort like this ever again... I don't expect we will be having them make a small run of random in between colors like this ever again.