Here is an interesting article from The New York Time's writer Virginia Heffernan.
From nytimes.com: "Joseph Middleton, a casting director in Los Angeles, guessed that he had spent “a little less” than 500 grand on his own tech paradise, which he built poolside in a heavily curtained structure accessible by French doors. But he couldn’t be sure, since his assistant had overseen the project."
“We went for the best in each department,” Middleton told me. “A 90-inch Da-Lite screen, B & W speakers, a Toshiba projector,” he said. “A Bosch dishwasher, Viking wine cooler, Miele espresso maker, Addams Family pinball, electric dartboard, ice maker.”
Link to full article.