> Q1) How do you store your pyramids? Be specific (e.g. stacks of nests in > tubes in a Purple Bag; nests upright in a custom wooden box with foam > padding; etc). I have a cardboard box that originally contained file folders, in which I store all of my Looney Labs stuff (or almost all, see below). The box is surprisingly sturdy, considering its original contents. In one corner of the box, I have a group of Icehouse/Treehouse tubes that is 4 wide by 3 high. The height of three tubes pretty much exactly matches the height of the box, which is cool. I originally bought 11 colors of pyramids in monochrome tubes, although I've repackaged the Rainbow colors into Treehouse sets (without dice), since it's more convenient when I want 1House or 3House (which happens a lot). In the last year, I've also acquired a few actual Treehouse sets that were still marked at $8 or $9 a set--one of those fills out my 4x3 block, one is loose in my game tub (easier to dig out than the whole file-folder-box) and one is in my car. The file-folder-box also contains all sorts of pyramid-support bits: game boards (Volcano/WW5/etc), gaming stones, dice (regular and Treehouse), cards for Zark City and Gnostica, a cloth bag, game rules (PwP, 3House, and various printouts), and more. The box also has my collection of non-pyramid Looney Labs games. > Q2) How did you purchase your collection of pyramids? Be specific (e.g. all > mono stashes, over years; some mono, some Treehouse; all Treehouse, except > for gray and pink; etc). Monochrome stashes in 11 colors, plus a few Treehouse sets. I acquired them over time, with the last of the monochrome sets purchased when the rabbit support program was discontinued. A friend has a Pink Treehouse set with my name on it whenever we manage to get it to me. > Q3) Do you think your storage solution is impacted by the product package? > If so, how so? Yes, I still use the tubes.