Shortly after I began teaching, my father-in-law gave me a Halloween Tree for my classroom. I had never seen anything so fantastic in the true sense of the word. The tree with all its small Halloween themed ornaments was a big hit every year. My students loved it almost as much as I did.
Then D gave me Goblin Town. What a prize that was! Again, I had never seen one before and haven't since. He found it somewhere on one of his trips and brought it home in an old shoe box with its contents and price on the lid: "Gobblin [sic] Town price $8.00". All those pieces for such a bargain!
If you were to ask me which one I prefer, I would be hard pressed to answer. The Halloween Tree means a lot because it was a special gesture from one not given to such gestures. And Goblin Town, well, look at the photo:
I think I have to say that I like them both equally. The Halloween Tree is the centerpiece of Goblin Town, and the houses and characters belong with it.
I didn't realize my focus was so far off, but I hope you can enjoy it even if only a fraction as much as I do.