Somewhat embarrassing story, I actually have... or will have... two of them.
Amazon Prime Day had a great lightning sale on the Anycubic Photon for $300, which is an excellent but smaller-sized printer (max print area is 4.5" x 2.5" x 6") that several of the people in my Facebook group use and swear by.
Apparently though, I had completely forgotten about an earlier bid I'd put in on eBay for a Moai 130; which has a 5.11" x 5.11" x 7.08" print area and up until a year ago was the biggest and best resolution home resin printer money could buy. (It's still very close to top of the line, and the improved model costs a whopping $4000, so that was never going to happen.) I've bid on them a few times before, but even used ones never seem to go for less than $1000, and I had only bid $800 for a completely assembled unit that also came with a couple hundred dollars worth of resin.
If I'd had the slightest recollection that I'd bid on the Moai, I probably would have cancelled my bid or returned the Anycubic, but the notification that the auction was ending came in a couple of days after I'd already unboxed and started printing with the Anycubic, which also just happened to be a day when I was absolutely swamped with multiple disasters at work (including, among other things, a server failure and a 2-hour long fire alarm malfunction) so I didn't even get a chance to look at my phone until I got home that evening and saw multiple alerts telling me I was winning and had won the auction.
So yeah... that one's going to be a bit hard to explain to the wife when it arrives.
I'm kind of hoping it comes when she's not home and I can quietly sneak it into a corner and then pretend I've bought it a couple of months from now when the coast is clear.
I'm still going to keep my HD Maker Ultimate filament printer since there are some figures that just don't make sense to print out of resin, especially during the initial prototyping phase (plus I have an entire 55 gallon tote full filament), but the SD Maker Select filament printer will be going up on eBay (ideally once I get it fully operational again), probably sometime in early September once I get back from holiday, along with a whole bunch of my prototype figures, as I intend to reprint everything that I possibly can out of resin, and need to free up the shelf space.