Here's What We'd Buy If We Were A Facebook Billionaire

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    Unless you were living under a rock this week, you most likely heard about Facebook filing the paperwork for a historic $5 billion IPO that'll make a few folks billionaires (in Mark Zuckerberg's case, a $17.5 billionaire), and at least a thousand other employees multi-millionaires.

    With all of these dollar signs floating around, we can only dream of what we would do if we were raking it in like those lucky people down in Mountain View.

    And that brings us to our Top 10 list of things we know we'd shell out for immediately. Of course, we're not talking about a mere PS1 bag, here. We're thinking BIG...McQueen archives big. Personal serenades from Beyoncé big. PacHeights mansions big. So click through and fantasize with us, if you dare, and let us know your wants in the comments.

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