Do you suffer from excess cash falling out of your wallet? Then my buddies over at GameCube Advanced have information you may want. They've reviewed a series of aftermarket add-ons for the Nintendo GameCube including one that allows the console to glow in the dark. Yes, you heard me: glow in the dark.
My question: why? Why waste $20 on something like this ($28 if you get your Wavebird converted as well)? Especially now when your GameCube is less than a year away from going into storage in favor of the Nintendo Revolution. After all, $28 can get you a new Player's Choice game.