So, it looks like Sherlock Lego could become a thing. Following a campaign from the BBC show's über-dedicated fanbase, the idea has received a whopping 10,000 votes from users of Lego's Cuusoo site and will now be submitted to the company for consideration. Whoop!
But it got us thinking... Have Sherlock devotees been neglected when it comes to official merchandise? The meagre selection currently available from the BBC shop includes little more than some DVDs and soundtracks, a casebook and a Cluedo set. A pittance compared to what's on sale ahead of the mighty Doctor Who's 50th anniversary.
Because we write a thing or two about Sherlock (have you noticed?), we know how passionate you guys are about your favourite show, so we want to hear from you – which products would YOU like to see on the BBC's shelves? How about a range of deerstalker hats, as modelled so fetchingly by Benedict Cumberbatch at the start of series two?
Fans of the Doctor can buy their very own sonic screwdriver – why shouldn't Sherlock viewers have an official magnifying glass to aid their science of deduction? Matt Smith has his own stamp, umbrella, mug, figurine, t-shirt and birthday card. Plug his name into the BBC Shop's search function and you get a staggering 27 pages of results. Benedict Cumberbatch returns just two. It's about time we saw his face plastered across duvet covers, backpacks, life-size cardboard cut-outs, official coins and what-not. You'd buy them, wouldn't you?
So we thought we'd hand the creative over to you. Post in the comments box below any ideas of what you'd like to see in the BBC Shop – and get as creative and as wacky as you like. Who's to say there shouldn't be a bouncy castle shaped like Martin Freeman's head? We look forward to hearing from you...