Sometimes I just want to be able to do my C25K training right in the comfort of my own home. It just isn't easy to get Cadence and myself packed and out to the gym all the time, and I do miss workouts, even though I really don't want to. So, Glenn and I decided to invest in an inexpensive treadmill. I've been keeping my eyes open for a sale (which by the way, on the less expensive models are few and far between) and have tonight bought one from Sears, with in-store pick up. We'll be going to get it in a little while. The reviews are good overall, with the only major complaints being difficulty setting up and the display not lighting up very brightly. I can live with that. The price was right. $380, no tax because I am picking it up in New Hampshire, goes from 1-10mph, has an incline from 1-10%, folds up to save space, and has wheels to move. Basically everything I was looking for. I don't really need nor want to spend extra on other bells and whistles. I can't wait to get it put together and try it out. We already have an elliptical in the house, my new bicycle waiting for me to learn to ride this spring, resistance bands and Netflix for Yoga/Pilates. The only thing we don't have is room, but it's worth giving up a little space to continue getting healthy.