Last night I was reading this article about how the Fed is looking to change the contents of American Coin Currency. Specifically the two smallest, the Nickle and Penny. on the Penny: on the Nickle: Heres the first two paragraphs of the article: Another Important note from the Article: "making coins from more cost-effective materials could save more than $100 million a year, which isn't just pocket change," says Dan Tangherlini, the Treasury Department's chief financial officer. This is an interesting debate. One that even curtails that of the "Lets get rid of the Penny" argument that went on a while back. There are plenty of Pros and Cons of changing the contents of our American Pocket change.... So which side are you on? Keep it the same or change it for cheaper?