And what can we learn from Bil'am's reply "Im Yiten li Balak M'lo Beiso Kesef ve'Zahav ... "?
Rashi: We learn from there that Bil'am was a greedy man, who coveted the money of others. 1
Ramban: He meant that no matter how much Balak offered him, he was unable to do anything that contravened His wishes. 2
Rashi: He was hinting that Balak really ought to give him everything that he owned, since, if he were to hire mercenaries, it would cost him a fortune
What are the connotations of his statement "Ki Lo Uchal La'avor es Pi Hashem"?