Thanks TA and Bear. Steppin' Out Bunsen & Beaker is the only packaging that has my name credited in the "Special Thanks" section. And to think... I'd have passed on it if my closest Canadian friend and business partner hadn't pointed it out to me. Anyway, I'm gonna try to explain the "Special Thanks" as best I can, the way I explained it to my family. Not sure if the trend will continue with the SS releases or any other releases... But... 1 Don't go blatently asking to have your name on the back of a Palisades Toys action figure boxed release. If it happens, it happens. 2 The "Special Thanks" section is for two groups of people's names. a. One group of names gets printed up in that section cause they've contributed comments or ideas or suggestions to make the final product better than what might have been seen up to previous moments. Those little touches that put the stuff above and beyond what we once knew and placed the Muppets figures at the top of our wishlists. b. The second group of people's names are those people that Palisades wants to thank cause of things they've done, contributed to the flow of support for the product, been helpful on the boards... Stuff like that. Not necessarily cause that person's name has anything to do with the release their name appears on, just that said opportunity was the first Palisades had to thank said people. As for what I did that merited such thanks... This is pure speculation on my part, but I think it was back in 2003 when everyone was submitting ideas for S7-11. See... Ken came here and started a thread asking people to come up with their idea lineups for five series. There were to be four members in the lineups, two playsets, and at least one exclusive per series. Some people posted in the thread here at MC, while others posted in the thread at Palisades' forums. Course, some people got extra-inventive and went all out carrying on to a total of 14 series in their posts. What I did was put all the suggestions into a neatly-organized table format. Kept giving me a headache whenever someone new would post and make me have to start a new table to incorporate their suggestions. I still have that table on file, and could send it to whoever's interested in seeing what the fans came up with for those series. Anyway, I'm glad Ken revealed what would've been the 2005 release calendar. Gives us something to shoot for in the customs department. Hope this helps and have a good night.