Milady and I went to the auction last night, to visit with friends and to see what might be on the block. One of the items was a first generation Kindle. Used. The bid started at $25.00 and I bid it up, got out at $45.00, it sold for $50.00.
I don't feel bad for losing it. New Kindles go for $69.00 and the one for sale was used. It was still in the box, but I didn't know what might have been loaded on it, how it had been treated, and may have been abused. If I'd have won it for $45.00 I'd have been happy with it, but at $50.00 I wasn't interested. That's the game when you're at an auction.
I did score a surplus 20mm ammo can. Real, steel, ammo cans are scarce as hen's teeth in this area and little 5.56, .30 cal, and .50 cal ammo cans routinely go for $25.00 at the auction. I bought this one for $25.00, and while sometimes you can find them cheaper, you've got to pay shipping. It's bigger than the cans for smaller ammo, but it will make great storage.