We have had one unforeseen problem with he Stikfas. Not all Stikfas seem to be made of good plastic material. I have had about 15 of them break in multiple points at the vital joint areas while doing the initial assembly. And honestly, I wasn’t being rough with them. They are kinda expensive. This unforeseen problem might be something for others to consider before investing too much money in purchasing the Stikfas. We have already started our set designs based around their size, so we are kinda stuck with them for the time being. Perhaps we shall be able to find enough good ones to fill our cast. The ziploc bag full of spare parts are growing due to this problem.
My advice would be to look into using another set of figures. Perhaps the old wooden art figures would be good, but I have no idea if those would stand up under their own weight.
And for our Marketing Office department we selected the blocked headed Cube people. Once again, they are kinda spendy, but they came with lots of cool little props that can be expanded upon with some imagination, so if you plan to do Office or Business humor, these guys might be your best bet. While doing photos of these scenes, I felt like I was stepping into the realm of Dilburt, and having a few flashbacks into some of my own work experiences.