or: "I'll try to contain myself"
I think it's safe to say everybody who is in to Infinity got in to it to a large degree because of the awesome visual designs. I love how it recalls the style of Japanese anime. While Corvus Belli has some great miniatures, they don't have any terrain. Other game systems do, but the Infinity players have to find what they can from other sources. Micro Art Studio has purpose-built pieces, for example, but there are plenty of manufacturers out there. One generic source of terrain is papercraft. Recently we started using papercraft to bulk out our tables, and one of my favorites is this sci-fi looking shipping container.
Using this container as a template, I went ahead and built up a 3d version using styrene sheets and tubes. The whole process took about two weeks worth of modeling during the evenings. More than I expected, but worth it (so far). This is my first full scratch-build, so it has been a learning experience. For example, I've learned that drilling 1,144 holes in a 2"x4" sheet of plastic is a sure way to court madness.
The rest of the RM guys have opted to assist with the financial aspect of the next phase of the project: Makin' copies. This weekend I ordered casting supplies, and I hope to be able to get to work on that aspect shortly.