I'm sure there are other suckers out there that threw lots of money into Thomas the Train wooden sets and now I need advice. We took Conner to a hobby store to look around and he found the full Thomas wooden train set and was having a blast, so being the spoiled brat that he is we bought a kit for him and he loves playing with it. the problem is now that the train tracks don't stay together as the "connections" are lose. The cars all fall off when he pushes them due to the moving tracks and he gets pissy. I'm not spending 30.00+ on "clips" to keep the tracks together however I don't want to glue it down (the way the one in the store was) as I'm sure he'll get more in the future and the stuff is insanely expensive so I'm not buying a "big" kit. Has anyone else figured out a way to secure this track so that he can play with it but still allow us to add to it in the future as he gets more pieces? I was thinking of taping the pieces down from underneath, laying a large piece of velcro on the table and velcro on the bottom of the pieces to velcro them down, putting a screw through the pieces to screw em down to the "table"... I don't know if any will work. Anyone got any suggestions for me?