We know you've been waiting for the price of 50 Cent's impossible-to-sell Connecticut mansion to fall into your price range. (It's currently at $8.5 million, down from $18.5 million.) And now there's some good news—although the sale price hasn't (yet) fallen again, the mansion is now available for rent, asking $100,000 per month. Really, this is even better because now you get to essentially test drive 50 Cent's Connecticut mansion—work out in its G-Unit-branded gym, swim in its pool, shoot craps in its private underground casino—before making the actual purchase. And we're sure some kind of lease-to-buy situation could be worked out.