For the first time, we're getting a look at some of the real prices that the Obama administration says you'll see on the health-care exchanges that open up October 1.
It released a report today, with new statistics, including a lot of numbers for healthy young people who do not get coverage through their employers.
Read the full report (PDF)
On the downside for that group, they will likely pay more than they do now for some of the lower-cost, bare-bones plans.
But that higher premium would mean they get better coverage, and millions would get help with the premiums, the report said.
The report also says rates will be lower than expected, compared to earlier estimates, for the 36 states that will have a federal exchange.
Critics say Obamacare will cause insurance premiums to skyrocket.
The rates will vary from state-to-state, and depend on your age. And remember, if you've got insurance through your employer, you probably don't have to worry about any of this.