The Mishna lists many different types of Succot and discusses their status as a viable Succah. Some of the more adventurous discussions include a Succah on a camel, a Succah on top of a Succah and a Succah which reaches so high that one cannot view the ceiling/Schach.
Why would the Mishna spend so much time discussing Succah constructions that are extremely unlikely, like a Succah on top of a camel?
With all the possible varieties of Succot suggested in the Mishna, what encouragement is perhaps given when building your own Succah? What makes your Succah unique?