A player's head is an interesting item. It's a rare drop, a decoration, a crafting ingredient (fireworks) and a keepsake. It's unique to you and as rare or common as you decide to make it. Some people charge, some give it away. Some treat them like trading cards and collector's pieces, others as toys, and sometimes as furniture. On SMP8, corruptedsmile even has a Head Parkour course.But how do you actually gauge the value of your head? The simplest answer of course is, "It's worth whatever I say it is," and this is true to a degree. After all, you're the only one who can give it out. Rarity plays its part as well - if you farm your head day and night to make a chest full and give them to anyone who asks - or even those that don't - then it's a fair assumption you place a low "value" on your own likeness. And then there's status - the head of a mod or admin is generally considered "more valuable" than that of your average player, because of their role in the community. One might also consider demand - if everyone wants to place your face among their collection, it would be considered more valuable.So how "valuable" is your face? How do you evaluate the worth of your own head? Do you charge for it, or give it away freely - or both? "Priceless," in the most literal sense. I have never charged for my head, and never will - I assign no rupee value to my likeness.When heads were first introduced, I gave a few out to friends when they asked, but quickly began to see a "why them and not me?" mentality cropping up. Since I was unwilling to farm my face for everyone who asked, to avoid drama I simply stopped giving my head out altogether except for special events such as my 500th-Day celebration.