Sid Dickens was one of the largest projects I have taken on (solo) to date, and employs a huge amount of custom code and modules. One of the biggest and most rewarding sections of the site for me to build was the social Tile Gallery tool. It allows users to select products from the site, and arrange them on a virtual wall. Dragging and dropping the user can position the products, and upon dropping, it stores the location in the database. Once the user has finished positioning all their tiles, they can name the gallery, give it a description, and publish it for the world to see. The galleries are then listed in the community section where other users can view, and add all the tiles on the wall to their cart in 1 click. Perfect for when someone does not know what they want until they see it. Another social aspect of the site is the Tales & Tributes, which is an custom advanced commenting system, allowing users to add their own stories and memories about a specific tile. Other sections include a blog, a retailer search, and a retailer only section of the site, to name a few.