Hey! guess what, another nest per player game! But where are we going to get giant coasters? (http://wunderland.com/WhatsOld/2006/WN.09.07.06.html)... On that note, where are we going to get giant drinks? --- New thought --- I suppose it doesn't matter because as I see it the main advantage of offering giant pyramids on a nest by nest basis is mostly for replacing damaged pieces, not really for single-nest games. I don't know how anyone else is imagining it, but the idea running through my head is that you could release a treehouse style rainbow set, and then a blank (white) nest set that people can paint (and possibly a stash set for people to get started with since you've got the treehouse sized package done anyways). Oh, and you'll need dice... somehow. Query: How do giant cardboard dice roll? Seems like it would be difficult to get them to spin properly... like spinning an egg or a beach ball. Additional Query: Is there a standard size for "giant" pyramids? I know there's a page with the standard dimensions for a normal set (http://www.wunderland.com/icehouse/MakingIcehouse.html), but is it a simple case of scaling them by an amount? (I'd assume so...) If so, by what? -Evan Parker And I'm serious... where can I get a scaled up can of Pepsi?