Set to turn your smile upside down, Trulia just unleashed a new interactive map that shows their median rental price info collected over the last year. And what a map it is. San Francisco is basically one 7x7 red danger zone of doom. In other words, most rentals in the City run over $2,000 per bedroom, at least according to Trulia.

The fine folks at Curbed have more:

As noted in Trulia's disclaimer about their methodology, the price-per-bedroom index low-balls the average prices for the most common units on the market today - studios and one-bedrooms. Smaller units are rarely priced in proportion to larger units with more bedrooms (meaning that in a neighborhood where a three-bedroom rents for $3,600/month, it's rare that you can get a one-bedroom for as little as $1,300/month). But this type of index does provides a great reminder of what kind of price tag larger units entail.

Second verse, same as the first. Check out the map here.