The thing about collecting anything is that you are eventually going to run out of usable space. And being that you spent all of your money on what you collect, chances are you're not going to be able to upgrade your living situation on a whim. So you have to get creative. Like how I use the space beneath my stairs in the basement to store all of the packaging from the toys I buy. It's starting to look like the storage room from the end of Raiders of the Lost Ark.
(Actual picture from beneath my stairs. That's David, our mutant boy who is in charge of sorting all of the boxes. He works for 2 fish a week and access to our cable television.)
Of course if you're running out of space to store packaging you've gotta be getting tight on places you can actually show off the toys you love. Fill those little nooks and crannies to capacity by adding some of Paul Kaiju's Gacha Minis to the mix. This bright orange edition will be available tomorrow from Toy Art Gallery at noon Pacific time. Each two inch figure is $15 or you can buy the whole set for $60, which essentially gets you one for free. Oh math, how I have bested you yet again.