Universal today listed two new promotions in their retailer information network: The first is scheduled for 8/26, and goes by the subject of "Law & Order: The First Year New Low Price". Details on this promo shows a new SRP of $59.98. Incidently, this is the same as the street date for the two new "best of" L&O releases. The second is scheduled for 9/2, and goes by the subject of "Back to the Future: The Complete Trilogy New Low Price". The details show an SRP of "N.S.R.P."...which I don't know what it means. "No SRP"? "New SRP"? "Neato SRP"? Whatever it stands for, Universal obviously means for it to indicate a "New Low Price". Anyone who's gone without these releases will have no excuse now!