When people ask me if the very common question, when they ask is Amazon Prime worth it— it is hard for me to answer that question without acknowledging the fact that I Amazon Prime is doing something that nobody else is. So, bye asking the question I can answer in a lot of different ways. I mean, in general, for most people, I would say it is probably worth it, in my opinion. However, I can quantify that in a lot of different ways. You know, first thing I’ll say is that if you ever use Amazon as delivery type service, like if you do online shopping on amazon.com and then have it delivered to, I would say I’m is on Prime is probably worth it right away. Because you can make pretty good discounts on each order, and overtime then money that you’re saving really starts to add up, you know what I mean. And then, from there, you can also enjoy a lot of other benefits because you’ve already signed up. I mean right now Amazon Prime has a streaming service that is basically just as highly regarded as Netflix, and it comes with the deal now Amazon Prime is less than $10 a month. So, if you are using the streaming service and if you’re using Amazon deliveries from online shopping, you begin to see how much bang for your buck you’re getting right away. Honestly, with the discounts you can get on online shopping delivery and things like that, it becomes pretty clear pretty fast how much money that you are actually saving by using Amazon Prime. There are other, smaller parts of Amazon Prime that are really interesting as well. For example, it’s really diverse with the range of services that it offers. For example, I even use the cloud storage on Amazon Prime as like an online storage space for all sorts of media. So, as well as other aspects, it is also feeds into the amount of computer hard drive space I have access to. Which is really interesting.