Just posted in the 2018 Releases thread about this pin series and how I got the Rapunzel one, so here are pics of her, as promised. She is so beautiful, and comes in some pretty fancy packaging as well: As you can see, Punz (why do they call her "Raps" on the TV show??? Punz/Punzie is so much better) is pin-on-pin. But WHAAAAA - what's this?? She's also........ pin-OFF-pin?!? Here's a closer look at Punz by herself: I went over to my window to take pics of the stained glass against the light, and Gus immediately came running over to see what I was looking at (the window in my room is his bird-watching station, so he probably assumed I'd spotted one of his friends. He sits there and talks to them very quietly.) So anyway, here's a Gus photo bomb he wanted me to post: (He likes to think of pins as "our" hobby, as you can see here, here, here, and here. He seemed to really like that Meg/Peg fantasy pin that @MerlinEmrys gave him.) Here's the stained glass in the light: And here's how Punz fastens to the gondola; as you can see, her lower backing post slips through the hole: The only problem is the big metal screw at the base of the post/the gap it creates, which doesn't allow for a very tight or secure attachment. Punz sort of just wobbles around loosely and will spin completely upside down unless both pieces are actually attached to something. Which presents another problem, because the backing posts are super long and don't have rubber Mickey Heads or metal clasps - just flimsy tubing: I definitely suspect that these pins are supposed to be more of a collectible/keepsake thing rather than regular traders, and are intended to be kept on display in the original boxes. The packaging is pretty sophisticated for a Disney pin; it's constructed to look like the pin is "floating" inside the box, and the clear plastic allows you to actually see through the stained glass. But I did try affixing the pin to a spare canvas I had handy, and the results were quite striking: The gap between Punz and the boat is actually really effective here, because she pops out so much and makes the whole thing look more 3D, and because the extra space between her and the canvas makes the stained glass see-through (unfortunately I took these pics later in the evening; I bet the glass would look even more transparent in natural lighting.) Still, your pin board def needs to be light in color to actually get the stained glass "wow factor." Also, the board needs to be thick, or at least have something thick directly behind the pin, because again, these posts are LONG (luckily I also had spare Mickey Heads to sacrifice for this experiment.) Anyway, sorry this post is as long as the literal posts seen above. xD It's def an interesting pin though, and I enjoyed taking pics of it. Obviously it's not a keeper for me - still trying to decide if I should try to trade it right away while it has New Pin Hype, or take a gamble and wait to see if its trade value increases.