I got the first 2 Dragonlance modules (covering the first half or so of "Dragons of Autumn Twilight"), both Red Book Basic D&D rulesbooks, AD&D Adventure Pack 1, Basic D&D B11 King's Festival, and GDQ 1-7 Queen of the Spiders collected version with map booklet. The stuff isnt mint or anything, but usable complete editions. I gave my DL loving friend the 2 DL books since I already have the late 80s-early 90s 3 book collected version. I called it an early birthday gift. I could have gotten T1-4 Temple of Elemental Evil too, but I already have it, and its sought after enough he deserves to get more money for it than I would for a poorer condition version of a module I already own. He says he has more stuff. I so hope he has the Dragonlance Wargame module especially. Loved playing the computer wargame version SSI made for the old 8 bit era computers back in the day.
So between that and the Cthulhu Dice quickie game I picked up last week another 25 bucks has been spent, bringing the year's gaming expenditures to 274, putting me in the Silver category, 226 bucks from being in the Bronze.
And of course the Battletech game we played today at Arkham. Cool bit? The seller used to play the game and showed some interest in possibly joining us sometime!
(Edit. And it was an Enforcer not a Vindicator as Lepus' ride. I think I have Dsylexia when it comes to those two mediums.)