So, around here comic shops are a rare thing and the closest thing we have to it is a chain of stores called Vintage Stock. They don't have much in the way of a toy section and instead devote only endcaps and small bits of aisles to'em depending on how much toy inventory they've got. Generally it's a good mix of just action figures (Star Wars, Star Trek, Misc. Sci-fi & Comic figures, etc.) with Hot Wheels sprinkled in, but it seems recently they acquired a collection of Star Wars Micro Machine items. Notably several of the AF battlepacks, some that even have the extra figure included. They are not my haul, though.
The item I was most surprised to see, and most intrigued by in this mini-micro collection, was actually the X-Ray Fleet trilogy pack of painted ships w/ exclusive Imperial Shuttles. I had a $50 gift card burning a hole in my pocket, so $35 seemed like a fair deal as it's unopened (the original tape remains uncut) and it's only got mild shelf-wear. Otherwise, great shape for a 16-year old semi-rarity. I think it's a haul worthy of the MM board glory days.
Now I may have to pick up a MOC set of X-Ray Fleet wave 1 to go with it... doubt I'll try to get wave 2, though.
Edit: I really didn't expect to become so smitten with this set, but I can't stop staring at each vehicle. Even though we got all of these in the previous decade in Titanium form, I'm so impressed by the quality in paintwork and consistency that Galoob pulled off in an era that seems a lifetime ago.