A new dryer. Our six year old Maytag won't dry, and the Lonely Maytag Repairman tells me that it will be $200 for the part and $100 for installation. I can get a brand new one for $500.
I remember Mom's old dryer that we had from as far back as I can remember (3 or 4 years old) until I was out of College. They don't build 'em like that anymore. Bah. The "feature" that I'm most interested in is "will work for 20 years". Doesn't look like any of the new ones on offer have that.
We will not be buying a Maytag. They can all get crotch fires for their planned obsolescence. Maybe the others are as bad but I haven't been burned by them. Yet.