What would you pay for a patch to enhance Tiger Woods?

Looking forward to the Move-capable updates of Heavy Rain and Resident Evil 5: Gold Edition? We imagine there are several more updates on the horizon, but you'd imagine having already bought the game and controller you wouldn't have to shell out again to use them together. Well, you might be wrong.

The Official PlayStation US Blog just posted a monster Move FAQ, tackling questions both technical and trivial, but one answer that caught our eye was this one:

Q: Will I need to update my games to enable PlayStation Move support? If yes, will it be free? (asked by @PrometheusX)
A: Most PlayStation Move games you’ll play will be designed specifically for the motion controller, though some game publishers have chosen to add PlayStation Move support to their existing PS3 games. Resident Evil 5: Gold Edition and Heavy Rain are two well-known examples of existing games being adapted for PlayStation Move. In these cases, you will download an update over the PlayStation Network to add PlayStation Move support. Whether these updates are free or will require a fee will depend on the game and publisher.

We're no strangers to paid-for DLC here at Movemodo and understand that adding Move support to existing games isn't an easy or free task, but we remain optimistic that prices will be kept sensible and affordable for all.

What's the most you would pay for a Move-enabling update?