From Steve Witt of the LEGO Community DevelopmentTeam
"The LEGO Group Wants to Hear From You!
As Adult Fans of LEGO, you bring an important perspective to the LEGO Group. We respect your creativity and passion for our brand.
Please take a few moments to complete this short online survey to let us know your opinion on how we are doing.
We promise to listen to you and use your feedback to improve!
You might notice that the link refers to the LEGO Kids Inner Circle; this is because Satmetrix, which hosts that site, is also supporting our efforts to track AFOL opinions. Rest assured that this survey is for AFOLs only.
NOTE : This page will be deleted after the survey has run its course =)
One thing that could really be a big help to AFOLs would be for TLG to bring back expannder packs. I particularly remember thinking that the castle expander pack (3732) was awesome. most people search through bricklink and other sites to find bulk ammounts of grey bricks, black, white, and others in common sizes. the old castle expander set had pieces that were common in king Leo's castle, so why not create a few new ones that are colored or themed to fit in with the crownies, the lions, the dragons, or any of the new sets. to stay true to the purpose, there shouldn't be many special pieces in it. just a lot of common generic pieces. that way the cost can stay down, so people will buy it, but with enough interesting pieces to make it worthwile
I suggested bringing back minifigs in army builders from ep3 Clones all the way back to Explorians.
i also let them know that i thought prices were a bit high this year especially on set 7676, way too high for whats there.
I did the survey! I suggested that in expensive clone wars sets, you should get more than 1 clone trooper and I also suggested that new star wars AOTC sets should be brought out because it is the only episode with no flesh colored minifigs.
I answered the questionary, I like very much to see that Lego wants to know the customers opinion. I pointed out the price, cause althrought in US and Europe Lego is cheap, in most of the world is not.
P.S. Kelso, how can you canīt give any rating?
A larger PAB selection for Shop @ Home was one of my choices on the survey. I want to give LEGO my support, but Bricklink just blows 'em out of the water for parts selection (and price). It would be cool to see them be competitive in that arena...and I can't imagine it not being profitable.
Yeah Garth, I saw those white picket fences in a moc not too long ago and just picked some up myself... Now, to figure out how to use them. Right then. Time to go do the survey. ~ Chris.
I like it
December 11, 2008
Been there done that (I saw it on Brothers Brick too). I think its great that they are listening to the adult community. I don't know about you guys, but I buy sets for parts and seldom actually build the set. So more complex, detailed sets with better parts would be a great thing.
I did that survey over at The Brothers Brick earlier. I probably shouldn't try it again. It's nice the company has some interest in the AFOL community. I'm sure we're a fair size group that spends a good chunk of money and this will give them some idea of what people are spending. I'm not a good consummer of the LEGO themes as themes, all I'm interested in is the parts, but I am a good customer on quantity. I asked for more plants in the survey. I asked for more variety in the Pick-A-Brick. I'm lucky to live near a LEGO store. I love that PAB. They had white picket fences yesterday. Who doesn't need a cup of those. see ya. garth