This won't be in stores until next year but you can get a limited autographed edition through Legend Films for about $23 with S&H, I just got it today and here are my thoughts... #1 The colorization prosess is as unnatural as it has ever been, it essentially looks like watercolor carefully splashed over the image. The thought behind some of the coloring is interesting though: Herk Harvey having red eyes and all. #2 The B&W original restoration is really nice, perhaps not exactly on par with the Criterion transfer but surprisingly good although I did notice some digital artifacts on static images such as wallpaper & there is a bit more print damage and dirt than on Criterion's transfer, still not all that bad though. #3 The 5.1 DD & DTS track (only on the Colorised version ) is fairly restrained and on the whole pretty good if echoish sounding in places and without much hiss or pops, the original mono track on the B&W title is quite clean. #4 The real reason I bought this was for the Mike Nelson commentary and it is (for me at least) worth the money, funny as hell as we would expect..."Boy too many times I had a choice between eating a sandwich alone in my room or sharing dinner with a greasy pervert...and just like her I usually wind up shuffling around my room in a quilted bathrobe." For a change the commentary is also available on the B&W version as well. So I recommend buying this if you are into MN or COS and don't want to hand out the cash for the Criterion edition, the B&W transfer/cleanup is pretty good if not exactly on the same level as the Criterion and of course without as many extras directly associated with the making of the film...then again I suspect most of the people who buy this will do so for Mike's track anyway.