Cracked one bedroom window means I need all new

I went all gung ho when I bought my house.

I replaced the flooring, scrapped the ceilings and painted every room in the house.

I bought new switch plate covers, lights and curtain rods too. Outside of the house I removed tons of shrubbery, cut down some trees and painted the exterior. Doing the trim around the doors and windows was horrible. One particular side of my house is up in the air and is on a slant. I was basically on one leg of the ladder and almost falling over. The most stable position was putting the ladder directly on my bedroom window. I figured it would be fine. Nope, I cracked the glass when I was halfway up. I hurried and finished my paint job and now I have a cracked window. The glass is fogged almost year around now and lets in air. It also looks terrible. I know I need to replace the window. Here is the thing though. I have three bedroom windows. So I can’t replace one and not the others. Then when you look at the side of the house, you will see some replaced windows and some that aren’t. So I should replace that whole side to create a uniformed look. Then why wouldn’t I do all the home windows? Why shouldn’t I add a window tint for privacy? There are sun control window films for the summer too. It will be a very expensive project for sure. I can’t go much longer with a cracked window though. I might need to do one window at a time. Having one window tint will be weird for sure though.

Decorative Window Film Replacements