The actual amount is not the point - but what was something you bought that was the best money you have spent? Was there a story behind it? Here is mine. We have a 6 or 7 year old Samsung smart TV. Neither of us really like it much, but it's OK. About two or three years ago, it started having issues with the streaming apps. Netflix, Hulu, Amazon apps would crash often, or split the screen with a green bar and have images superimposed over each other. Then the apps would crash, the TV would crash, and take 2 to 3 minutes to reset before apps would run again. Start Netflix or Hulu, TV crashes, and we start over. PITA. My wife wanted a new TV - I was starting to think maybe she was right, but on an almost whim, I decided to buy a Roku to "do the streaming" and remove the TV apps from the equation. The TV did not crash with the satellite dish attached. I looked on-line, and the top-of-the-line Roku was only $99.95 - basically $100. I ordered one, and hoped for the best. The unit arrived, and I installed it. Easy enough. Logged back in to aal the apps, easy enough. Then we started using it. This thing is amazing. Apps load in seconds rather than the 30 to 45 the TV took, it is really easy to navigate, and streaming is seamless. This thing is a full fledged PC without a monitor and a remote for a keyboard. I still cannot believe it was only $100. Even if we get a new TV that will do all this stuff, I am still going to keep using the Roku. We have since "cut the cable" and dumped our satellite service; we are streaming exclusively. All of us a home love the Roku; we even mimic the "bee-doo" sound it makes when you select an app. Best $100 I ever spent. What story do you have?