That's how I roll. I'm Aria, from California, living in Vancouver, Washington. Vancouver, as in not Canada. Washington, as in the state on the west coast. You've got no idea how hard it is to do local searches when even olde Google forgets this site exists.
So ToyBoxPhilosopher is to blame. I got into Tonner dolls because of her (ended up with over a dozen and a half in a few weeks, including custom repaints, some child dolls and toys (to my daughter's absolute delight), and now Phicens (to the amusement of my friends since I've been making strange poses and sending pics while awaiting the arrival of clothing). In a week, I've gotten M31 (still deciding on head), M33 with James Franco head, S17B (seller hasn't shipped her head and isn't replying, but this will be the Anne Hathaway head), S23B with KT007 (still waiting for the head to arrive, and I hope I got the right body color), and S25B with D005. These dolls, which action figures ARE, let's face it, are gorgeous, and the prices are a lot better than pretty much anything else I collect. My husband's shown some interest in them as well because they really are impressive.
There's still a lot to learn, how body shapes and sizes compare so I know what I can buy to fit, etc, though, as a professional seamstress and designer, I'll probably make a lot as well. Most of my hobbies and collections tend to be female-dominated, and so I'm actually glad for what looks to be a chance of pace. As someone who was a girl-geek working in developing as a Silicon Valley techie back in the days with Digg.com was a thing and guys were surprised that someone with different genitalia would indeed code and mod video games, I game of internet-age when the things I was into were mostly guys. I even met my husband on the old Rev3 forum in the Digg subforum. Any former Diggers and/or Rev3ers out there?