I've said elsewhere that maybe it's just sticker shock because it's not something the Steelers do. I'm not sure they have ever traded up into the top 10. The last time they traded up in the first round at all was to get Polamalu and that was at 16. Your post seemed to be dismissing the value of what they gave up. That was a high price and I'm still not sure they are better off with Bush than they would have been with Murphy, a good player in the second round and whatever player they might have taken instead of Layne in the third because I doubt they take another corner if they had grabbed one in the first.