I guess what I should have said is that if I wanted a sports car, I'd rather have a Corvette. If I had to choose between only two cars, a camaro and a bug, I'd take the Camaro. As it is, I'm quite happy with my Chevy Silverado. It's not numbers of people that matters. It's the prices of collectables that matter. The Sci-Fi fanatics have far deeper pockets than the parents with kids who are trying to put food on the table, educate their children, and put clothes on them. Sure, there's lots of toys for kids, but the market for high priced collectibles is far more lucrative. The Camaro in Transformers is going to be marketed as "You too can own your very own BumbleBee". How many kids will be able to buy that? If you look at the market data, adult purchases of toys and collectables (not toys they're buying for their kids, things they're buying for themselves) surpassed purchases for children back in the late 90s. The same happened with gaming. The people with the disposable income are between 25 and 34 and they're buying these things for themselves. There are exceptions, just like any market, but by and large it's adults buying for adults. Also, would you ever consider buying any of the toys you have that are very detailed for a child? I'd say that I wouldn't have about half my collection. Not only are they to detailed for a child, but a child is also going to have a tendency to want to play with them (even the statues). I wouldn't want a $50 bust to get broken because the child didn't understand that it's only meant to be looked at, not played with. Of course, I would never buy a $50 bust for a child. Maybe a vehicle (Millenium Falcon) that they can play with, but certainly nothing beyond that. And they'd probably only get 1, whereas an adult would easily buy all the vehicles they wanted. I think you see where this is going. You've been to AnimeExpo, you've seen some of this stuff yourself. If you go to Comic-Con, you'll see the same thing. High priced collectibles are where the real market is. Parents simply can't afford to spend nearly as much on their children as the Sci-Fi fans can afford to spend on themselves.