Greg Smith writes, " My kids started a business to sell costumes for Roombas. We have two and [they're] now just pets along with the dog, fish, and gerbil. The kids made costumes for the Roombas and thought it would be pretty cool to sell them - so they did. The company's name is myRoomBud and the costumes are sold on eBay. They just put out their first press release." Tyler, Niles, Isabelle, and Griffin Smith are selling a variety of faux skins to cover the world's naked Roombas. Each "costume" has a descriptive name like Mooba Cow for the cowhide and Roor the Tiger for, you guessed it, Tiger skin. You may also need one of these if your Roomba will be attending a Halloween party next year.