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I like how everything is hung neatly except for an old black belt. That is just kinda flung over, perhaps for quicker grabbing?
Sometimes too much choice can be quite intimidating and could impede creativity.
On the other hand: too much choice can open up a person to possibilities that that person had not considered before. At the camp I attend in July there are at least one hundred implements laid out on the "Woodshed" floor and I love looking at the possibilities.
Lastly, a favorite game with numerous choices is this: 10 of 10: ee chooses 10 implements from the choices knowing that he will get ten from each; the er, me, has final say in choices.