Recently, after settling in with my SACD player, got to looking through my older musical offerings for good prospects for an SACD upgrade. Came across an old tattered cassette of 'Jazz at the Pawnshop' given to me by my improv professor back in college. A light came on, "people have hailed the recording quality of this for years!!" So I get to looking around, and my experience is that; 1. it's not widely available. 2. it is available on SACD 3. the SACD is freaking $50 plus. 4. The regular old CD is just as expensive. So; am I just not running into a reasonable outlet where to purchase this? if not, what is the underlying reason for this being so expensive? I could see if the CDs had been out of print for years and was as rare as a VHS copy of 'The Little Mermaid' had been for years, but I'd assume mastering the SACD was a recent development. Is there just a limited release, fostering a premium market? Is there some unconsionable tariff imposed by Sweden?