This is mainly one for the really hard-core readers who scroll all the way down on the main page, here. But since print was mentioned above (by me) I’ve been pondering it logistically. I wonder – is there a sweet spot for how long you’d be willing to read through for a single volume? The book is going to be twelve chapters, of various lengths, band so I could divide it in half, or into thirds, or into quarters (which was my original plan). The latter would put the page count at about 120 pages per book, the three-unit option would push it closer to 180, two-part option would be close to, or greater than, 320. This lays aside the question of extras, sketches, all those little data cards and tank specs, my own ridiculous musings in prose, and especially, the logistics of hardcover, softcover, print on demand versus regular print, and so on and so forth. So, like, why don’t YOU tell ME? What would you like to see? I’m thinking too hard here, and I have no idea what you may or may not want out of this, so why not give me your opinions?