I've thought of myself as cheap, like I personally will order water at a restaurant if there are no free refills, and I constantly scan an analyze menus for the "best value" that I think I will enjoy the most. My wife just called me cheap, because she buys special crackers that come with about 12 in the package for $4.50, which I tease her about. But that's about it. I do though look for best values all the time, and I don't buy "fashionable" clothes, and look for things usually that will "get the job done" for the best possible price. I read reviews and take forever sometimes to try to convince myself that I am making the best decision possible. I know I am a little cheap, but not like these people on Extreme Cheapskates. Anyone seen the show yet? This guy's wife asks for a soda and popcorn at the movies, and the guys says OK, and pulls out a popcorn container and a cup from the trash, washes them in the bathroom and then goes to claim free refills and gives them to her in the context that he bought them for her. Or the women who hasn't bought a new pair of underwear since 1999, the women who uses paper towels, let's them dry and then reuses them and picking up street mattresses without worrying about bedbugs, and the list goes on. Are you cheap? Anyone do things like this?