A pair of binoculars (90x80 Professional) – techy, yes, but they won’t help you see the future of our industry.
A GPS device for golfers – it might help you find your lost ball, but it won’t help you find new listeners.
A pair of Bruno Magli Raging Venetian black loafers (10 D, pre-owned) – I suppose looking like a "raging Venetian" could help you appear successful, but these probably won't do too much to help you actually BE successful.
A pair of Chanel classic patent gold logo pumps (ladies size 11.5 – new with defects). Really? $400 for defective shoes?
$399 worth of services from a resume writer – which you won’t need because of all the impressive ideas you’ll bring back to your station.
A La Perla Black Label Litterae Bra/Thong 36B/M (no, really, they're for sale for $399).
You can check e-Bay too, but my suspicion is that the $399 you spend registering for CRS, March 2-4, 2011, will be money well spent on your career. Register here. Don't worry, you won't be outbid.
Spending time with your fellow broadcasters, sharing ideas, and creating solutions to problems sounds like a far better way to blow your own horn than buying that $399 used saxophone.