To export several sets, go to the exporter. If you use the data I'd really appreciate a link back to Brick Insights. It keeps this site going.
I quite like this set, and feel it was worth the hunt to find it in stores. The base reminds us of the lunar new year celebrations, while the pig itself is quite a nice rendition, maintaining the cuteness we have become accustomed in this series.
To conclude, this is a great nice looking display set. I am a fan of Pigs and having this brick built animal in my collection is definitely great to have. The usage of mixel ball joint parts and the rotating disc helped to increased the playability.
It's a fun, cute and memorable build that goes well with all the other LEGO Chinese Zodiac Animals released so far, with some neat little additions such as the printed pig's nose-piece which was a great touch. If you've been a long-time collector of these Chinese Zodiac Animals, or even if you're new to them, you'll most likely enjoy the Pig and more importantly, hopefully gain a greater appreciation for Chinese culture – which sets like this do a great job of accomplishing.
I always look forward the Chinese Zodiac Animal LEGO sets every year and the Year of the Pig (40186) is a great addition to the lineup.
Overall then, it's a nice model which will be even better when free as a gift with purchase.