Try finding a wok from a wok store in Chinatown. I see that you're from Illinos but don't know if that's possible for you. In any case, if this is for home use, here is what I recommend you look for. Most importantly, make sure it is heavy with a flat bottom. This will ensure that it heats well and evenly. Look for a wood handle, this won't conduct heat to your hand. You'll also want a lid that fits well one that allows you enough room to put a whole chicken in the wok and cover it with the lid.
I think that if you found one that does your taxes, you'd be missing the point of wok cooking in the first place. A wok is a simple, classic, cooking vessel and should remain as such.
Once you get your wok, be sure to season it before cooking in it. As far as cost, I know you can find excellent high carbon steel 14" woks for $12-$14 in Chinatown in New York City. If you have any Asian grocery stores near you, look there first.
Really it all depends on what you want in the end.