The New York Times is a little kinder to Los Angeles in today's "What You Get For..." column than it was last time, when it featured a 1979 Studio City condo. The going price for this edition is $700,000, let's check out the potential. There's a 1679 National Register house and guest house in East Greenwich, Rhode Island that looks like it gets mighty cold in the winter; a detached two-level condo overlooking Puget Sound in University Place, Washington; and a 1952 two bedroom below Lake Hollywood. The Hollywood Hills house is small (1,242 square feet) but pretty (at least on the inside), and has been chopped from $749,000 to $699,000. So would you eff, marry, or kill it?