With a lot of recent news popping up about hasbro hiking up prices starting with the new generations wave, I'm just curious to see what people's personal "limits" are with certain class sizes of toys. This is pretty much pertaining to domestic retail toys only. Is there a price that will force you to consider how many new toys you will buy, or to stop collecting mainline retail figures all together? Now I'm saying domestic retail only because we all know we pay a higher premium for imports and 3P. If you're into that stuff, you know what you're money is being spent on so let's keep this to domestic retail. Also before you guys overseas or up north start posting "lol, welcome to what we pay" remarks, please consider not just NA prices are going up, but rather if we were talking about worldwide price hikes. What are the the limits in your country where you would start considering or cut off buying certain sized figures completely? Anyways to answer my own question, I think my deluxe cutoff is quickly approaching what I consider my personal limit, $15. Voyagers, probably $25-30, leaders likely $60. If prices begin to meet or exceed my limits in the coming years, I'll definitely begin to consider my purchases more carefully, and probably start cutting off buying the smaller deluxe sized figures if I don't feel like I'm getting my moneys worth. I also want to make clear that your LIMIT doesn't have to be what you're ABLE to spend on toys with your income. Rather, your personal opinion on what you're willing to spend on a certain class size of toy. Just because I could spend $50 on a deluxe RiD figure doesn't mean I'm ever going to.