Does anyone else have an aversion to carrying large bills? I recently cashed a check at my bank so I would have cash to buy a barn find motorcycle. It was a few thousand dollars and when the teller asked how I wanted it I said all in twenties. She seemed surprised and asked why I didn't want it in hundreds as it would made a more compact package. I told her after years in the retail business I found most folks, especially in rural America, were not enthused about taking hundreds and fifties but readily took twenties. Not to mention the stories one hears about LEOs finding drug residue on hundreds, the preferred currency of the drug economy, and confiscating the money. Hundreds are also the preferred denomination of counterfeiters. I rarely carry more than fifty or sixty bucks in cash except when I am purchasing a vehicle in a private sale somewhere, mostly relying on plastic.