As a guy without legs and fingers, I can tell you that losing legs are definitely not as bad as not having all 10 digits. Science has been very good to leg amputees, and technology is going the way of hand gestures and that is not good for those without hands.
Thanks, I see it as a positive now as I work with Student Prosthetic Practitioners at University. Well, 3d Printed arms that Open Bionics makes for kids are something like £1,000 or $2,000. But it is a light plastic material. My prosthetic hand is made of carbon fiber, titanium parts, and fiberglass. Luckily I do have good Insurance but it took a whole year and the best prosthetic advocate team I know to get it.
Of course, If I lost my leg now, it would be cheaper than to lose an arm (arms cost upwards of $60,000 (3D printed arms are cheaper but are very weak) and American insurance is stingy leaving you many times with sometimes 50% or more of the bill)