Considering Ive only been back a month, and didnt get enough time to ctahc up on the old boards, this has probably been suggested a million times, so I shall apologise in advance if this somewhat resembles a dead horse copping a flogging. Plus if nothing else, it gets it back into some form of light, for the Devs to look at (and hopefully not ignore). So Im wanting to start collecting a few Library bits and pieces. Ive got a fisherman that can pull me 5-10k steaks per night (depends how long my wife lets me play for). He also bring its quite a few maps, hides and scales. Ive got my mule who can pile on the resources, from Iron and Dull Copper in the thousands, to boards and hides as well. My Bard finds treasure maps that he will never use, and which will probably end up in the Cleanup bin for points tickets. The point Im trying to make is, Im going to end up with a small pool of points at each of these hand in NPCs. Why not allow the points to pool into one collection? Apart from the specific glasses available from each NPC, the rest of the stuff is the same. And considering the points are still relatively low for each hand in, the time to build enough points for even one item would still be great enough to ensure folks are churning out rewards by the hundreds. Of course, I have noticed I could just dump 800k gold and simply buy the thing I want, but its not as much fun, and thats what were attempting to produce isnt it, a little bit of fun?