How do you justify $125.00 for a new vinyl record

Bob Dylan - Blood on the Tracks 180g 45RPM 2LP Box Set
now going for $200.00+

This record and many like it were cut from a digital copy of the analog master tape which means it has stereo + mono depth perception so a comparison to a 1st pressing with stereo + stereo depth perception will expose the truth about how inferior the sound quality is. Back in the 50’s,60’s,70’s vinyl was vinyl and that was that.Now you have a choice based on how much you are willing to spend as to how much the sound quality will suck. l can damn sure bet you that a digital download at 16/44 using an allpass filter to remove the dynamic compression for the loudness wars and then re-encoded with the 33 hertz frequency will blow the mofi vinyl away. 
Drove the new Porsche electric....fabulous car, but at over 200,000, I had to pass.
Are Kenjit and Sam the same individual? I like to seek out “used” early presses, sometimes they aren’t cheap. I did buy the new Zepp 2 box set recently. Very happy with it, and didn’t flinch at the 125.00 price...
I do not consider myself an audiophile. I own blood on the tracks Ud1s for one simple reason. I want to be able to have the choice of playing that pressing. I knew it was going to sell out and I had a straight choice of buying for the retail price or ponder buying it for a ridiculously marked up price from a reseller at some point later. Not owning it was not an option. Justified. 
Sam here and record store day and single vinyl records going for upwards of $50.00 lf i didn't know better i would think the record companies were either trying to commit vinyl suicide or the greedy bastards are trying to establish the tipping point either way this is madness and there is 100% an agenda behind the madness.
and there is 100% an agenda behind the madness
Its called business.......