I thought I fancied the idea of turning myself into a diamond once I die, but actually, having my cremated ashes turned into a vinyl record of my favourite album is much more my style.
British company And Vinyly charges £2000 ($3500) for the pleasure of pressing cremated ashes into a piece of vinyl, sprinkling them in like one would sprinkle cinnamon in a carrot cake, producing up to 30 records.
Not only can the records themselves be composed of ashes, but for another £3500 ($6000) artist James Hague will paint from a photo, mixing ashes in with the acrylic paint.
Should you have always dreamed of being a famous rockstar, the company can even arrange for the record to be stocked around the world in record stores for another £1000 ($1700) extra.
So, what to choose for your record? The options are plentiful. Either a recording of your voice, your favourite tunes - or for another £500 ($900), a "bespook" track can be written and recorded for you.