I happened to stumble upon a MiniLab II electronics lab that Jason/NT7S was selling. Seems to be an older version of this Mini-Lab 200 and reminds me of the old Radio Shack electronics lab kits that I used to see in their stores when I was a kid.
Along with the Mini-Lab, he was nice enough to send along a bunch of other goodies: capacitors, variable capacitors, potentiometers, diodes, transistors, 555 timer chips, ATtiny85 microcontrollers, oscillators, inductors, connectors and some copper clad boards. More things than I know what to do with, but I'm sure I'll learn and find something to put them to use in.
My parts bin has fewer empty boxes now. I may need another one. I definitely need more workbench space.