GWS 2020: Who's got the most toys?
The question of collection size surfaces occasionally on the home front. A package may arrive in the mailbox and I am asked, "more figures?" Silly question. When my wife looks at the stacks of boxes in the game room stuffed with figures, she often makes the comment that "you have a lot of figures." She is right on that count. When is enough, enough? Is a project really ever finished? Is there a relationship between collection size and other hobby attributes? For answers to the first two questions, my answer is simply that it is too soon to tell. As for answering the third question, let us see what the survey says. In preparation for the 2020 Great Wargaming Survey, Jasper asked if there were any questions Miles or I would like to add. Well, I had a couple of suggestions. One question focused on collection size. My wish was granted! When I sent the proposed question with bin sizes, Jasper may have thought my brackets were typographical errors and that I inadvertently added some extra zeros (I didn't! I just mentally counted: one, two, three many! JO). This was my proposed question: How many painted figures do you possess in your wargaming collections?
- Less than 100 painted figures
- 101- 500 painted figures
- 501- 1,000 painted figures
- 1,001- 2,500 painted figures
- 2,501- 5,000 painted figures
- 5,001-10,000 painted figures
- 10,001-15,000 painted figures
- 15,001-20,000 painted figures
- 20,001-25,000 painted figures
- 25,000+ painted figures