Forget Space Mountain or the Buzz Lightyear Astroblasters. For some true Disney fans, the first mission on opening day was to snap up limited-edition pins. The pins cost $75 each, or $750 for 10 - including one with a portrait of Walt Disney, the entertainment empire's founder. Some 100 people were queuing for the pins outside the Kodak shop at the American Main Street attraction within minutes of the park opening to the public at 1pm. David Schiller, a Disney collector and trader from California, has been after the pins for years and had planned his trip to attend the opening of Hong Kong Disneyland months ago. He bought the pins after a long queue and he and his friend Thomas Taffinder strolled into the Midtown Jewellery store and were amazed to see a Sleeping Beauty Castle made of diamonds. He turned to another castle in gold after being told the diamond castle cost more than $1 million. Asked if he had a budget, he said: 'Yes and no.' 'Too much money gone too fast,' Mr Schiller said after leaving the souvenir shop. The pair said they had spent around $5,000 accumulating a variety of other products and souvenirs. Derrick Johnson, also from the United States, was wearing more than 200 pins he has collected. He bought two packs to add to his collection. Asked why he was so obsessed with the Disney pins, he just said: 'You got to love it.'