Listen, I want a three-foot-long Millennium Falcon as much as anyone. I can probably move my sofa in the yard so that I have a place to display it, and I can find a friend to help me lift it so I can dust under it once a week. That's all reasonable. But $800? What do you have to do to earn $800? Now think about what you have to do to earn $800 you can spare on a goddamn Lego set.
Obviously, this set is not for children, because if your child both wants this and has the means to get it, they probably also fly kites at night and have a pager for which you don't have the number. This set was made for adults, the kind of insufferable adults who can't just enjoy Star Wars like the rest of us. And not even the ones who line up to get tickets on the first day the new movie comes out; the kind who can look at this photo of the new Emperor Snoke action figure in his all-powerful yellow bathrobe with galactic ankle-length belt and Star Toilet Action Base and -- instead of noting how he has the same expression on his face your grandpa has every time he shushes you, and how he's holding his fingers up as if to say "This smell weird to you?" while surely one low-hanging, lazy testicle has escaped his no-longer-tighty whities -- they say, "Oh, look at that huge black Kyber crystal ring!"