This is a small, but good sign I think. After the liquidation and the latest announcement, this is a fair turnaround, and something that is probably sustainable for the time being. Based on how the last iteration ended, it will probably be a little while before a larger store opens. I was thinking these types of displays and end caps will move to small to medium sized drugstores (I'm on the east coast here so maybe Wallgreens, Kinney, CVS). The next phase might be toy isles in stores that are a good fit (Party City, Kohls). Maybe though, after that, we will see full brick and mortar type stores.