The New York City-based National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences, which administers the Daytime Emmys, has announced that starting this year, as a belt-tightening measure, it will only float one free statue per category. Meaning, those who share in a win will need to pony up $350 to go home with their own golden girl. The West Coast-based ATAS, which oversees the Primetime Emmys, says that "as a matter of principle, we do not agree with the decision," and as such has offered to reimburse those invoiced for a statue. The only catch is you have to saw off the UPC code on the bottom, all layers of cardboard. No peeling!