Install the latest Framer and click this link: http://framer.link/projects.framerjs.com/static/examples/delayed-animations.framer.zip
Or this gist link:http://framer.link/gist.github.com/koenbok/f06da8254ccb4dd6a197
Very slick. In line 36 you use the count of a * size + margin for the y offset. One thing that Greensock/Tween max does that I always loved was using relative values. You do this by evaluating that number as a string. So in this case you would just put y:"100" and it would take it's current position and add 100.
You can do this in Framer too. Use a function for the property value.
what would the syntax for that look like?