I started a Daemon army for 40k about two years ago, painted about a third of it and then stopped cold. In the intervening years (a phrase I am decidedly not happy about being able to use), I started ANOTHER 40k army, finished my Eldar, started playing Malifaux and the Grey Knights book came out. I'd be lying if I said the GK book thing didn't sting. In short, I have a lot of balls in the air.
Now there's a new complication. 6th edition. At this point, I'm either grimly waiting for impending doom or cautiously awaiting the coming rapture of the new edition and it is absolutely sucking the air out of my hobby. Or, at least I'm allowing it to. Which is silly. Especially given the other options I have. More on all this at a later date.
With that in mind, it's time to focus up, explore new avenues and get rid of the chaff.
I've taken a lesson from Von and decided that while I have the storage space (or at least a girlfriend who won't correct the misconception) to hang onto unused models and maybe even most of the money to move on with other projects at the same time, there's no real reason to hang on to what has ended up as expensive clutter.
So, if you have need of some completely unused High Elf Chariots or perhaps some assorted NIB plastic Daemons, I humbly beseech you to check out my ebay auctions: