Greetings! Puzzle friends. Hi there ! I am a senior-citizen (02/15/1945) puzzle collector/craftsman from New Hampshire, USA . I am probably the only serious collector in this state -- at least no one has come forward to rebuff me on that fact . It thrills me to discover new puzzles and their retail sources. This website -- even though the puzzles displayed here is but a small segment of it -- is truly a wondrous adventure into a land of great creativity through a great many genres. The browsing is massive. The items are awesome. How I got here is by pure chance. During my nightly surfing for new puzzles on the web, I chanced upon Richard Gain's puzzle creations in microcubology -- in particular, the Steady State cube. All his miniatures are absolutely bodacious. I currently run my own website proudly displaying all the puzzles/brainteasers I've collected through several years. http://home.comcast.net/~l-whiting/attbi/HOME.html As a craftsman, I also have a special page displaying all of my creations: http://home.comcast.net/~l-whiting/attbi/MyCreations.html When someone asks me, "what kind of puzzles ?" do I have, I simply answer them, "almost everything other than ordinary cardboard/plastic/wood jigsaw puzzles" (although I do have a limited-few plastic 3D jigsaw puzzles from Mag-Nif Inc. which still has an ongoing website). . . . . . The entire website is family-oriented, and is rated 'G' for Goodness . . . . . One will also get a sense of awe when browsing the pages; besides getting bombarded with a plethora of animated enhancements, there is also a wealth of information that accompanies each of the pictures . If you have a chance, feel free to browse. Thank you for your time. Well, back to browsing this website. So long for now.