So, as usual I'm a little behind the curve getting my books, and went to the school bookstore and spent ~$400 for 5 books, one was $151, one was $85, and then $50, $50, and $30. On NPR the other day, I heard about Chegg.com, where you rent text books. Well my $150 Spanish book was only ~$60, so I ordered it and will return the one to the bookstore on the last day they accept returns. They also have a 30-return policy, and I might end up dropping the class depending on scheduling, so I might be able to have the book for the time I'm actually in the class, and then get a full refund on it if I drop the class, instead of having to spend $150 at the bookstore and not being able to return it once I know for sure about the class. For the $85 book, I found it used on Amazon for $6! Also, I just called Chegg about a question on my order, and with no waiting on hold, talked to a very helpful person, and was satisfied and off the phone in 3 minutes. Clif Notes: Check out Chegg.com, its sweet. Down with the bookstore!