I got a bunch ^__^
I immediately got out my markers to start customizing one. Having done that, I can say with certainty, "You don't want to do that!" These things are very absorbent and have a rough surface. If you use your good art/ink pens, the plastic will suck up all your ink and damage your tips. If you insist on ink then use cheap markers. I haven't tried it yet, but acrylic paint may be the better way to go.
Since I started, I went ahead and finished inking it, but couldn't get into the tight spots since I didn't want to mess up my finer pointed pens. I sealed the case with matte varnish. Matte varnish will usually dull down the overt shininess of marker ink, but here it barely made a difference. Because the surface is so rough, you can see every stroke and striation - bleck. You could try sanding it first, but I don't think it's worth all that.
Moxie Teenz Tristen models the scale
Eh, from a distance it doesn't look half bad.