Russell, thanks for your comment! Can I ask: in what scale would you most like to build such a model? And ... what would you consider a fair price for a really nice city hall in a suitable scale (either print or download)? I love your idea, SNS. My only concern is how widespread the appeal would be for such a line. I'm sure there are many people who would like to build a cool city hall, but how many (besides Russell) would want to build five of them? These are complex, ornate structures, so to be remotely worth the design time, we need to be fairly confident we can sell more than a few dozen. I know I personally would love them - I grew up near a town in Iowa that also had a gorgeous courthouse. I do think that the freshness and novelty of the subject would be an asset which alone would guarantee a certain minimum of interest. Intriguing idea! Have you been reading our internal emails? Murphyaa, I can't tip my hand too far (we are still at least ten months from opening our site), but at this point it appears likely that anyone looking for a firehouse will not be disappointed. Wonderwheeler, go for it! Those are all great ideas! Rural American has all sorts of cool structures which, to my knowledge, have been barely explored in the card medium. Personally, I love faded, sagging barns and corn cribs, old-fashioned silos, covered bridges and the like. I bet there are plenty of people who would be interested in such models,, and if they were relatively easy, I think they could find favor well beyond the confines of the traditional card modeling sphere. As with so many great ideas, much depends on marketing. If you really are looking for a card model of a quonsett hut, check out the one offered by Clever Models. From the online photos, it looks outstanding. Thanks again to all for your ideas!