For those who try to put a price on love—and, of course, some marketer always does—we've got some heartbreaking news: Consumer spending on Valentine's Day is drooping like a week-old carnation. From a high of more than $17 billion in 2008, Romeos suffered some serious cold feet in 2009, spending only $14.7 billion, and are expected to spend still less this year—about $14.1 billion, according to the National Retail Federation. If you're curious, that translates to about $103 per person. And where's most of that money end up? You guessed it: Chocolates and flowers. NRF's research also shows that posies and candy account for nearly 83 percent of the merch bought for Cupid's day. So, we decided to play Don Juan and see what kind of stuff $103 will buy our dearest ones this year.