I have a large yoda focus as well and am inspired by your collection. I am not interested in expensive carded items but with 44 loose Yodas found I think I have most U.S. variations. I do enjoy seeing the history though! I have the two main card backs with bubbles still attached. I got lucky to find the HK label but unlucky to have the stitching fall apart. Most are incomplete but that's a part of the nostalgia for me. Yoda with no accessories was my first vintage figure after I experienced SW, and it came from a relative.
Been doing well mate Family got a little bigger, so I had to get a bigger house. Unpacked my collection a few week ago into the attic but haven't had a lot of time since to get it in any kind of order. I haven't made any new purchases in a while but I still keep an eye on what is going on in the hobby. To be honest, I'm not sure if I will ever start buying again... even though, the interest is always there.
That's good to hear. Me - Same house, business is going well, more kids (4 boys now).Still collecting, too. Not so much Star Wars nowadays. Keep up with it all as much as I can though. Love my Madballs and anything like them. All the gross toys the PC crowd wanted to ban.
Looking forward to seeing your collection again in it's new home. And it's good to see you're still about the place.