The fact that for most of his life he was a loner it what resonates the most with me.  It first I had trouble with the character development in Legacy of the Force, but Karen Traviss has done such a great ob with the Mandalorian culture in the Republic Commando books that it's starting to work for me, with Fett being Mandalore.  I kinda wish they had started those at an earleir point in time so he was 70ish doing all this.

Plus the armor rocks.  i like the beat up look over the slick styling of Jango.

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Rush
Queensryche
Dream Theater.

In that order. :-)    Ugly Casanova?  people stealing my name again (sigh) 

Do any of you guys still buy CDs?  Or do you just download them?

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Hobbies....

Collecting SW, mostly Fett and the Lego UCS sets.
Reading, right now just the SW fiction, although I love Tom Clancy, I wish he'd write more.
Syracuse Univeristy Athletics, our football team will be back!  Lax #1 in the nation!
My 2001 Toyota MR2 Spyder (and sports cars in general)  Dream Car: Tesla Roadster, or 1988 Lamborghini Countach
TV: Without a Trace, Criminal Minds, Numb3rs, Pardon The Interuption, Simpsons, Family Guy, Smallville, Star Wars when it comes out, Colbert Report, Daily Show, Heroes....

Man i need to dig out my shirts...I'm pretty sure I've got that one, my fav shirt though is my "Got Armor?" shirt.  Got it on eBay a while ago.  I think my fav item right now though is my new flash drive.  It's #727/5000.  I think it's hilarious that it's numbered.  so does that mean they made 5000 Fett flash drives?  Or 5000 4g Fett flash drives?

http://i71.photobucket.com/albums/i122/scasanov/MyStarWarsCollection/FlashDrive2.jpg

sorry the pic is blurry, I'll try and get a better one.

Hi everyone.  I just joined up last night and wanted to say Hi and introduce myself.  I've been collecting since the Star Wars Renessance of 1992.  Started into Fett around 95 or so and never looked back.  I was in early college at the time so I missed out on the Don Post deluxe helmet but found a sweet job and a dealer that was willing to do lay-a-way (the now defunct Collector's Empire) and managed to score the Don Post Lifesize Fett #27.  That's basically the center peice of my collection.  Other than that I have pretty typical stuff.  Code 3's Slave-1, MRs Sig Ed blaster and helmet, plus a bunch of toys and busts etc.  I am dying for a set or armor and am cautiously optimistic about Lucas Licensing's partenership with Mueseum Replicas for high quality costumes and armor.  Never thought I'd see the day, but I'm curious to see what it looks like.    Some of you may know my work from Star Wars Insider....

http://i71.photobucket.com/albums/i122/scasanov/Random/owned.jpg

Anyway, feel free to check out my collection.  Everything I've got is inventoried on photobucket.  (except of course the license plates on my 2001 Toyota MR2 Spyder).   I'm looking forward to meeting some Fett minded people.  :-)

http://i71.photobucket.com/albums/i122/scasanov/MR2.jpg

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Re-painting?  That's how it came out of the crate 11 years ago...

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Hey guys, I just watched Sharpy's BF Roundup from Jan where he was talking about his MR Sig Ed helmet(mine's #587).  In regards to the paint job being a single layer with decaled scratches, I was wondering if anyone out there has the old Don Post Deluxe helmet from the mid 90s.  I've seen a few on eBay but haven't been able to pick one up.  I know the paint job on my DP lifesize (#27) is layered to create the flaking/chipping effect, but I've never had my hands on the old DP deluxe version.  If anyone could offer up a comparison that would be awesome.  Thanks!

http://i71.photobucket.com/albums/i122/scasanov/MyStarWarsCollection/DPFett02.jpg