We love the Temple aspect. Except the bricks do not clipped together as well as LEGO-. At one point the whole family looked at two of the steps because the bricks were not lined up with each other as a Long flat brick piece was supposed to be laid over the top. So it ended up that she did it correctly but the bricks did not touch the center break as it should they were not exactly level with each other. We asked our LEGO- expert in the house about it and he checked everything and it was exactly in line with the instructions and the pieces didn't lineup evenly.We noticed that certain things like that could be definitely corrected and perfected in the company to be perfect as LEGO- is. Or maybe contract through LEGO-??
Love all the temples. It is fun putting them together. It reminds me of my youth and the Pageant. I love them all.
Love it them! They are a gift for my husband.
Great idea but really need to not use China to manufacture. All the pieces are just mixed in different bags. It would be great to not spend 80% of the time searching for one piece. Do it like Lego does, have sections in the instructions and have one bag match that section. That way its much easier to find the pieces you need.
John, thanks for your suggestions. We have looked at having these produced domestically, but we would have to double the price from $80 per set to $160 per set. Most models with over 1,000 pieces require some searching for pieces. We have tried to find a nice balance in packaging the bricks otherwise the costs would even be more expensive.
We think this will be a gift that will involve the whole family.