Do you love doing housework? Neither do I. So what--short of a fulltime maid or houseboy--would make housework more palatable? Why, cool toys, of course. Enter the Airider, reviewed in the latest Wired magazine. Imagine, if you will, a state-of-the-art vacuum cleaner crossed with a hovercraft. The Airider sucks in dirt and air, leaves the dirt in a reusable bin, and blows the filtered air out the bottom, letting the unit ride on a cushion of air about an eighth of an inch above the ground. The result? No unsightly wheel tracks on your precious hardwood floor or Persian rug, and near-zero friction for pulling the unit around--plus, of course, the geek-related bragging rights. All for $399--about what you'd pay for a top-of-the-line vacuum elsewhere. Tres cool.