Gary, Lovely work as usual.......what can I say.???.......Brilliant.!!! If I could make a suggestion to enhance the authenticity side of things with the pallets. Probably 10% of all wooden pallets and skids in the world are damaged in some way. The most common being boards missing top or bottom. Occasionally one or more of the boards will be broken in half creating a gap in the pallet. The pallet is still usable so they circulate until they are damaged to the point where they are unsafe and then taken off for repair or to be dumped. The hard wood pallets are usually a standard size...4 foot square...whereas the skids ( usually crappy white softwood ) are made to suit a product.eg. a barbeque or a box full of brooms etc. and they are not valued once used, unless the manufacturer wants them back. So if you want to throw in some variety, skids possibly 8 foot x 2 foot are not out of the question. They come in all shapes and sizes which also can make them awkward for freight companies to handle. They would rather handle standard size hardwoods. I notice in the pics at least one pallet has a board missing, so you`ve done your homework.. Great work Gary.!!! Gormo PS.....I got one of those Trojan scalpels and some blades....very nice.