I am testing the idea of having flat-bottomed "faux" rocks at my walk-in store, for miniatures gamers (in other words, I'm not trying to make a sneaky banner ad here, lol). I'm not so sure about mail-orders, as shipping weight might be inefficient for that type of sale. One thing in favor of this however is that they are lighter than real rocks, and they sure look real to me!. Another great feature about these is that they have a flat side, so optional table placements are plentiful. I've crowded too many rocks here in the photos for the poor "about to be surprised" Mobile Infantry, but the photos are just for initial consideration of the concept. What I'd like from the forum users is: Is this something you'd purchase, or would you rather just go rock hunting on your own? Considering the size of these and their use on a table, what would you be willing to pay reasonably? I know that some might consider these "silly" questions, but I really want to know if this is a product that you'd buy for your games? I already have my own opinion, but I wanted to throw it out for discussion. I already know that some guy back in the 70's was selling "pet" rocks, but at least these have a purpose! :wink: Oh, I haven't done it yet, but I was thinking of stuffing lichen around the edges of some of the rocks to enhance the look (I'll do that later).