I hadn't bought the original (theatrical) DVD release of Saw or the "Uncut" version which came out when the sequal hit theaters...I went to Border's during lunch today and noticed yet another version of Saw. It was on sale for $14.99, so I decided to pick it up. Now here's the thing...I'm pretty sure it's just a repackaging of the Saw: Uncut Edition released last Fall. The back cover lists a 2006 copyright, so I know it's newer than the previous version. This one is also called Saw: Uncut Edition, but the sticker across the top of the box says "Saw 2-Disc Special Edition Version 2". I can't find anything about this release on-line. No announcement from LionsGate, no cover art. Nothing. The cover art is basically the same as the previous "Uncut" version, but it is packaged inside a standard black Amaray keepcase with the extra panel for the 2nd disc. There is no "bag of blood" in this one, instead the artwork is accented with red shadows (which looks really nice, by-the-way). All of the bonus features appear to be identical to those found on the other "Uncut" disc, but here's the kicker: the run-time on the one I just bought is 3 minutes longer (103 minutes) than the theatrical version and previous "uncut" disc (which reportedly only added about 30 seconds to the film). Weird.