Warhammer 40,000 – One of the most daunting things about starting this hobby is having to put together your models. (Painting is a close second, since before you can do that you need to put them together.) This is especially true for newer players that are interested in the social and tactical aspects of tabletop gaming but come from a background of video or board games where everything is ready to go right out of the box. A large percentage of these newer gamers don't have an interest in the hobby aspect of the game (yet, it will come with time) so paying to have these parts taken care of makes sense for them.
My latest project is a fairly large Chaos Daemon army. This one is unique in the fact that I will be assembling it only and them providing it to the client to paint. I always find putting together models to be relaxing, but I know for many it's a stressful part of the hobby they could do without.
This was my first experience with the Tzeentch range and the first time I assembled the plastic Nurlge models. Both are really great kits with some interesting options. It's a shame the Blue Horror/Brimstone Horror kit isn't more versatile, but the rest are impressive. I might need to pick up some Screamers just to paint them up (which may be a while with my current painting queue).
With 1-2 units of each type my client is going to have some fun building interesting lists with thei army in both Warhammer 40,000 and Age of Sigmar.