What would you pay for "Quicken Mobile sync"?

I hear lots of people complaining about the lack of a way to sync with their mobile devices, but I wonder what they would pay for such a program/service.  It has been my experience that people demand such things, and then think that they should be free or cost $1.  So lets here is it what would you pay?  And since the code would have to be developed and maintained for each platform and as such would need X amount of money for each throw in what device(s) you would pay for and how much.

Please Note I don't work at Intuit and have no influence on if such a product will be made (or licensed), I'm just a curious user of Quicken (which doesn't have a mobile device to sync to).

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Add $9.99 to the price of the each version of Quicken- or $4.99 per year as an APP.  Would  be a nice add-on - or at least make mint.com interface with the Quicken Desktop
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