I guess you have to ask yourself just what risk BPA might actually pose to your health*.
Yes, there was a well-publicised scare a few years back, and everyone went crazy-ape bonkers about it, but the media do have a track record of massive hyping of hazards, and little or no understanding of genuine risk assessment. This is made clear by statements such as "I don't care how much it costs, if it saves just one life, then it's worth it", which, of course, is utter, utter nonsense; we'd ban cars, alcohol, getting out of bed, stairs, and all other activities that result in deaths (pretty well everything we do).
We are surrounded by toxins. We ingest toxins deliberately, for pleasure and for therapeutic reasons. Whilst we might try to reduce the amount of toxic material we ingest, we need to take a balanced view of risks and benefits.
* and that's something only you can decide, by reviewing the evidence, determining how much you might ingest, etc. How much BPA will be contained in the thin coating of a single can? How much of this coating will be released into the pot contents during cooking (clue: Arrhenius), vs a can of soda sitting in a hot warehouse for months on end?