Hacking requieres A LOT of time, and if something I have learned in my business is the most precious thing we have is time itself. Even when hacking involves "stealing" or breaking to get free stuff, or whatever you name it hard work.
I know how they feel and why they think $160 is a good price, they probably have to split and have to deal with clones or a free solution around the corner. They aren't doing anything special they just want a quick grab of money because they will end up giving their product for 10$ or 20$ down the road. Most of us would probably be doing the same and trying to get a decent salary for those months or even years developing something like this.
I have worked literally a complete year like for "free" living on my savings to get a hack going, granted if things go right all those free months will be paid off and more to come but not everyone is so lucky. So if it works for them good for them, if it doesnt well thats what hacking is about you hack something and someone comes hack you hehehe.
We all know the risks and I wish the best of luck to them. And just to let you know most of the hacks end up on the net for free because information can't be stopped.
I agree with ps3news, the cheaper the better for me, but I also understand what hacking means and making a living out of it. You could say I'm a profesional hacker I will not tell you what my area is but I make a living out of hacking some "stuff".