Having been the owner of one of Bill Wylie's Tasmanian Myrtle Hexadecimal Puzzle 'copies', Michel is now the proud owner of an original by the Binary Arts folks (1985-2003) . . . . . now called Think Fun (2003 - ), purchased from the Netherlands on ebay.
NOTE: Just recently Michel has extended his ownership capacity to a copy of Bill Wylie's version, a Creative Crafthouse limited Edition and one of his own (. . . "made of multilayered plywood and Acryl sheets and proves one can built a hexadecimal with very limited resources" . . . . . "Itís quite big, about 1.5 the BA version and certainly not as smooth as that one, but it is playable.")
Below left are two pictures of Michel's 'original' from ebay . Below right are his own design, and one from Creative Crafthouse.
Thank you, Michel !