Hailun 125. This would probably the first (new) piano I would try out, if I were in the market.
1,300 shares of AIG.*
* - Which, as recently as this time last year, would have cost you around $100k.
Kawai K-2. Almost certainly the next (new) piano on the list.
Some random Yamaha Clavinova (their line of high-end digital pianos). Yamaha is notoriously opaque when it comes to Clavinova pricing. The cynic in me says this is their attempt to align Clavinovas with the rest of the piano world, which is equally secretive about pricing. I am sure there is one somewhere in the lineup that costs mid $4k.
A new wine cellar. Nothing fancy, of course.
(Bonus points for anyone who can identify the gentleman in that picture. Hint: it's not me.)
A cruise for 2 to St. John's. *
* - I'm guessing here. It's been a few years since Sue and I have made this trip.
"A year's worth of babysitting. So I could run errands." - Thanks, Sue, for the contribution. Way to dream big there.
1.25 acres of grass seed and straw. *
* - It's more than that, of course. There's the two days it took the gentleman and his tractor to clear what had been there before (for many, many years before, in fact). There's the labor for the army of gentlemen who distributed said grass seed and straw throughout our yard. And some odds and ends here and there, to complete the package. For now.
I think we made the right call. In fact, if you look really closely at that last pic, you can see that, as of day five, we already have little spits of grass coming up. And while there are many frivolous yet exciting things in the world, you'd be surprised to find out how happy this makes me.