So what if your neighbor has a 103-inch plasma. Set this bad boy up in your backyard and you'll win eternal bragging rights from everyone on your block. Measuring 40'x60', this drive-in movie screen is the ultimate home theater display. It's made of metal, but can be folded up and transported on a trailer. Sure, it'll cost you $10,000, but think of all the money you can make back when you start charging your neighbors a cover fee to watch movies at your place.
If this screen costs $10,000...
One order of magnitude less would be $1,000.
Two orders of magnitude less would be $100.
Three orders of magnitude less would be $10.
Four orders of magnitude less would be $1.
Am I at "several" when I hit four, or did you make your screen for 10¢?