Pat, I do support such a line. The first Strelets set was the French army camp (napoleonic). A very nice set, with lots of great poses of soldiers relaxing or foraging, surgeons, blacksmiths, female camp followers ...This set was produced in 5000 boxes, and many years later you could still get it from suppliers, usually at much discounted prices. So it didn't sell quite that well. However, these days Strelets produces 1000 boxes for a set. I must say that I do not buy more than 2 sets tops of the series of "in advance, in defense, ranks,..." and have a problem with keeping track of what I already have and what I still want to buy. Thus, I would buy as much of a camp line as of a mentioned series. That makes the camp line as viable as the mentioned series in my eyes. Camps for WW I & II would sell me more than just two sets tops, as they can be used in early/late and different theaters. To get such sets, especially for the conflicts mentioned, I would be glad to pay the double price of a Strelets Mini price.