It's just that eternal bliss eHarmony is trying to bottle.
Not every customer walks away with a mate, of course, and the company says it doesn't know how many of its couples have since divorced.
The Breedens say the $60 a month they spent to find love was the investment of a lifetime.
"The money and the time were both well spent, absolutely — a bargain, I'd say," Monica Breeden said.
If eHarmony isn't for you, there are hundreds of other dating Web sites to choose from. Match.com rates No. 1 in number of customers and revenue, but eHarmony claims to be responsible for the most marriages.
And eHarmony is hoping to go international. Waldorf just returned from India and China to get a sense of those potentially huge markets. But first the eHarmony researchers would have to create a whole new formula based on those cultures and how they view marriage.