Ultimately value is imbued by a common understanding of what something is worth. Value is not intrinsic to most things, especially dollar value. True comes from how much we can enjoy something, how much it feeds us, or provides us utility. We then take that and convert it into dollars so that we can have an economy instead of a barter system.
Well spoken and intelligent post. One of the best I've read in a while.
Like I said, I'm just tired of people telling me something is "worth it" when they will never buy it themselves and don't have the money to make a purchase even if they were willing to buy it.
The only "opinion" on value that matters is from those who are actually buying, or actually own something.
Does anyone care what a dishwasher's opinion is of the MSRP of a Gulfstream jet ????
I went through the same forum discussions when the ZO6 and ZR1 Corvette were unveiled with pricing.
I stand by my position, and purchase, that a base Corvette with the addition of a centrifugal supercharger and headers is the best return on investment......
and that $60k is ridiculous for a street bike. So, let's hope the H2 is a lot cheaper than the H2R.