Glad you liked it!
Also yeah, as for Autodesk programs thanks for the info, i was already aware of the fact they're providing the software with limited license free of charge. Initially, when i wanted to learn the basics of 3D i was very reluctant to even try fooling around with Blender, because its UI scared me off more than any other program, but in the end i forced myself to do so, and surprisingly enough i went from total frustration mode to i-love-it mode and now most of the time i know what i'm actually doing xD
It's all about the convoluted interface, which at first glance behaves completely against intuition, especially when someone has a bunch of hours spent in 3DS Max/Maya/others on their account, but in the end it's rather worth it to overcome the first UGH impresion.
It feels much better to support quality FOSS software than buying/pirating/using limited edition of commercial product; shame that not every tool out there has equally good free counterparts tho.