I have a tendency to find items in stores that have mis-marked price tags. Usually a tool or something. Recently, I have scored a Milwaukee Circular Saw for 99 bucks that should have been makred $199. I scored a Yeti 160 for $549 instead of what it should have been, $679. Well today I saw a big one. I am not going to say what or where (because I may go back for it later), but it should have been $2,400, and it was marked $1,900. I usually buy these mis-marked things right away, but I just couldn't part with $1,900 today. I am half kicking myself for not doing it. An item that NEVER goes on sale, that I know I will be buying someday, could have been today. My main thought was, a divorce lawyer will cost me a lot more than the $500, plus the other benefits lost of my wife leaving me. Then I get home and tell her... and after she hears the part where I didn't buy it, she half sounds like she wants me to go back and buy it.... Do I risk it? (I probably won't) but I would like to think I am going to... What do you do?