Young I.T. professional Stuart loves to buy the latest must-haves. An avid collector of all things electrical, he is obsessed with having the newest gadgets, boy's toys and designer clothes. From stereos and computers to smartphones and TV's, Stuart has invested thousands of pounds in equipment and clothes he has only used and worn a few times. Stuart's modern Manchester apartment which he shares with girlfriend Anna is packed to the rafters with his hoard, and Anna is forced to keep her belongings in a tiny cupboard. His spending is out of control – they have had to borrow money from Stuart's parents in the past – and Anna worries that Stuart's costly habit will lead them both into financial trouble. Luckily, Nick and Abigail are on hand to bring Stuart back to reality and put his and Anna's relationship back on track. When Stuart's hoard is unpacked and laid out in the warehouse, the scale is astonishing. Filling 250 square meters, his collection includes: 100 designer bags; enough toys, comic books and magazines to fill a skip; a mountain of old games consoles and computer software; and a complete professional photographer's kit. Abigail plans to give Stuart and Anna a cool, New York-style loft living space – and hopes to get £3000 to achieve it. Nick's idea to get as much money as possible for the redesign involves selling Stuarts old toys at a toy fair and setting up a shop full of Stuart's electrical items. But Stuart's constant haggling over prices – particularly over his brand-new, unopened iPhone 4S – frustrates Nick, who worries that Stuart isn't learning any lessons. Can Nick and Abigail convince Stuart to let his hoard go, get a grip on his spending and give him and Anna a home fit for a modern couple, or will old habits die hard?