The Minolta VF replaces the IV, and runs right around $220. There's also the Sekonic 358. It runs about $225 and has a few features that make it a more capable meter.
1) The Sekonic is weatherproof. That is, the controls are sealed against dust and moisture. You don't have to worry so much about the elements.
2)It will meter multiple flashes, allowing you to build up the exposure if you need to fire your strobes more than once for adequate depth of field or whatnot.
3) The 358 has both aperture and shutter priority modes, so you can hold either variable constant. The Minolta only has shutter priority.
4) If you ever want a spot meter, Sekonic offers a 1 degree spot attachment (as well as a 5 and 10 degree). Minolta only offers a 5 degree and 10 degree spot attachment, not nearly as useful.
5) Flash to ambient light ratio. The Sekonic shows you the ratio in 10% increments. The VF shows the ratio in 25% increments. Easier to dial in your shutter speed to match the lighting effect you want.
6) The Sekonic is capable of firing your strobes wirelessly. If you ever decide to go the wireless triggering route, the 358 is Pocket Wizard ready.
If you really do need to keep the price under $200, take a look at the Sekonic 308S for $190. But if you can stretch your budget to $$1/4, the 358 is just about the only meter you'll ever need to buy.