I wasn't going to come back to Wedgits so soon, but ... (isn't this one of the ways you can tell a really good toy?)
Mostly, as I have said many times, I work from examples. The thing that first caught my eye about Wedgits was their card decks of sample designs.
Yet here I am again, creating my own design. Not only that, but that middle module with the greens suspended within a triplet of blues locked by small octahedrons, is my own invention. Others may have invented it earlier, but as best I know, I had never seen or heard of any such thing.
A loud crash from the living room tells me that Archie has struck, and it is time to create something new.
Addendum: After some Anker play, I returned for more "free play" with Wedgits.
The "Building Board" really seems to make a difference in how much I am willing to build freely. In discussions of early childhood educational block play, one of the suggestions is providing an area rug or building boards to provide a bounded area for creative play. It seems to help children, and here at least, it seems to help me.