The only problem is that I'm not at all used to American postage prices. I fear I'm going to undervalue/overvalue postage for things for quite a while.
Still, it's a good side-project, based upon the fact that while it's been pricey, the majority of my visa paperwork is done and waiting. Our only setbacks include finding a living will for New Jersey, doing our taxes and getting Lois to verify who she is and why Jamie and I stay with her, and so on. And possibly getting some ritzy ring-selling store to buff up the rings we purchased.
There was a lot more we had to do, and we've had it all written up on a white board. It's been wonderful erasing these things one by one, as work gets done. So therapeutic. And post-February, no more worries on this for a good few years. Although I would be sad to lose my EAD card, because I've fallen for how it looks. I like it, as a fancy ID card. I'm sure the green card will look far less exciting.