Okay, I get it, but I don’t understand why you would need 3D printed scenery in this case. You are giving the illusion of depth while doing a flat panel. To me how is this better than doing a picture on a flat piece of printed plastic that has a stand? You could put a little bit of work into some shapes on the design to give it some depth, but printing one backdrop with a building as one piece is only a matter of seconds compared to stackable tiles. I guess I am not totally convinced this is that valuable. Not being demeaning, just not all that eager for something I can hand make in a matter of minutes. Hmm maybe the back of a castle as stand up. I am going to give this a little more thought.