So I had an idea that seems like it would be a fun an interesting project and I wanted some thoughts and opinions. The idea is simple, create a lock display, where you can mount a lock and practice picking it, but instead of it being just a simple 2x4 with a deadbolt, it could be a series of 6-10 locks or more mounted in a circle on a circular block of wood, where the either top or bottom lock will be the proper orientation. Then add pegs, a flipper, and mount it so it can spin. Then for events at a local locksport group, you can play the wheel. You can even include locks ranging in difficulty from kwickset to medeco. If you can pick the lock in a set amount of time, you win the points, and person with the highest score wins. Other rules can be added later, but that's the what I have right now, so, what does everyone think of this idea?
Aim for the impossible, because there is no challenge in trying when something is known that it can be done