That isn’t to say the Origin Millennium isn’t worth the asking price. Nothing about the Millennium is unfair—I don’t want to undermine the effort that goes into making these PCs. They’re put together by genuine enthusiasts with mastery of the craft. It’s just that $3,700 is not a small number. That’s 15 percent of my college debt, a few months of rent (outside of the Bay Area), or almost five of those collector’s edition Yoda Lego sets. If you can afford the Millennium and don’t want to spend time researching and building your own, then go for it. The Millennium is a pricey niche machine that kicks a whole lot of ass, and its flashy design says it knows it.