I have bought numerous boxes of Tim Tams and will determine the best method for combining them with milk through testing. Rigorous testing.
I traditionally get my nieces and nephews books and comic books and stuff for birthdays and holidays. I haven't strayed from this yet since they were born, and frankly I don't see any reason to change in the near future. The irony is, I'm a huge digital media fan! These days, I prefer most of my content digitally just for ease of reading and clarity.
Case in point, I recently picked up "All You Need is Kill," the manga they based "Edge of Tomorrow" on. It's a pretty cool comic so far, BUT unfortunately for me the paperback is a giant tome that's hundreds of pages thick. This actually causes the book to be rather unweildy, with the middle between pages being kinda lost. The paperstock is kinda cheap, to keep the price down on a giant book like this I'm sure. And the size kinda makes it look... less good. This is truly a first world problem of some kind. But it's again my argument for the digitization of everything.
It would certianly be easier collection to take with you for when you move, anyway.