Here's the story. I'm a Disneyland Cast Member, and we have a holiday discount of 40% on items. We carried three Code3 AT-STs at a price of $450, which is overpriced, I know. However, with my discount, I was able to purchase our last one for the very competitive price of $270. I don't really believe in selling collectables, and I like keeping them for one's self. However, my parents don't believe in spending money. Now, I'm a legal adult and I used my own money--so technically it's no one's business what I do with it. Sadly, I have awful parents. We won't get into that. I need to be able to convince my parents that holding on to this walker is a good investment. They want me to either return it ASAP or sell it ASAP, and I don't want to do either. I'd really prefer to keep it to myself. But if I had to sell it, I'd like to wait a few years before I did. It's signed and numbered out of 1,500. That's a small run, I think. However, I'm hardly a collecting expert. I think I've only ever posted on this part of the boards once in my five years here. That's why I'm counting on you folks, presumably with more expertise, to help me with arguments proving that in time, it'd be way more valuable than the $270 I spent on it. Your help would be greatly appreciated. If I don't convince 'em, I have to return it tomorrow or the day after--and I feel it'd be something I'd regret, with a limited edition item under a once-in-a-lifetime sale price. If I did return it, it'd probably be gone that same day... and if not, I'd never get that discount again.