Just to save me some time, and not clog up the comments. As active as this site is, two or three times does count as "frequent".
Q: Is ________________ posable?
A: If it has a motor, there’s a pretty good chance the answer to this is no. If it’s an HMM, there’s a pretty good chance the answer to this is yes (if posing also involves loose joints and pieces falling off at random). There are a few other poseable ones to be found. I’ll leave that as an exercise to the reader.
Q: Where can I find ________________?
Q: Can I buy your ________________?
A: Yeah, probably. Everything you ever wanted to know can be found within that link. It’s like a FAQ-ception!
Q: I myself have some Zoids to sell! Is anyone interested?
A: Yeah, probably. BUT! Unfortunately I can’t really help you, since this site is not very active. Also I can’t put you in touch with other users. Your best bet is the forums. Your Zoids will find good homes there.
Q: Is ________________ the HMM version?
A: If it’s not listed under the HMM category, there’s a 99% chance the answer to this is no. There’s a 1% chance it’s miscategorized, in which case: thank you for alerting me to this error!
Q: Are HMMs posable?
A: Yes, that’s the whole point of the line. That, and more details.
Q: Are HMMs hard to build?
A: This depends on your skills, but still: yes. They’re harder than the newer Master Grade Gundam kits and have lots of tiny, fragile parts.
Q: Do HMMs really have as many problems as you say, or do you just have a bad case of the hamhands?
A: A little from column A, a little from column B. From what I’ve read the newer, non-gorilla ones have fewer problems, but almost of the bigger ones eventually start to sag in the joints. The heavier the kit, the bigger a problem this is. Here is a solution I may try one day: A Solution.
I would also like to note that when you submit a comment, I can see your email address, so don't try pretending to be 50 different people asking the same question. THANX!