I will admit I am in my forties and have camped multiple times out at various locations to secure the earlier, hard to obtain Amiibo figures. I did this for my son, who is an avid video game player. I know it sounds crazy, but when my son was just four years old, he was diagnosed with cancer. They told us he most likely would not make it to his 5th birthday.Cancer treatment was very difficult on my little child. And there were so many times when he was stuck inside a hospital room in isolation. It was then they we began allowing him to play video games.It was really amazing, because when he grabbed that controller, he wasn't a scared child being maimed, brutalized and poisoned by those he should be able to trust the most. Instead he was able to run, jump, and fly in a world that had no idea he was so very frail and fragile. And I believe that escape from a harsh and painful reality through playing video games helped save his life.So, Super Smash Bros is my son's favorite. It has all of his favorite video characters, so of course we had to buy all of the Super Smash Bros Amiibo characters. He has them is a very large glass display case when he is not using them. I bought this display to sit on top of the case and from times to time my son changes the amiibo characters he wants to display on it.The display is very sturdy and well made. I thought it was actually going to be smaller that it really is, but that's what happens when you are so terrified of math you ignore anything that basically has a number attached to it - like product dimensions.I like that the stand ties in with the game. It truly is a creative way to display those much anticipated figures we worked so hard to obtain!My son loves this stand and so do I. And I love that each time I walk in, I get to see new figures displayed in a place of honor.