I think we're going to see a lot more of this: When I received my Jack Ryan four-disc set in the mail yesterday, I began the weary process of removing the shrink wrap and then the three "security" stickers from each individual case. Much to my surprise, the fourth disc (The Sum of All Fears) had two extra tags, one on top of one another. The first one merely covered up the other, but after removing it I discovered that the bottom tag was actually a Best Buy price sticker ($19.99). Lo and behold! Used product turned around and issued for a new release! Will wonders never cease. I was pretty steamed at this, but calmed down a bit once I realized that the case had never been opened. Most likely, this was simply a case of overstock return and Paramount simply decided to save some bucks by just turning it around and including it in the new set. But it really cuts right to the fear I've sometimes had when purchasing an item: how do I know that I'm really getting what I pay for (a new item) and not somethings that's been repackaged. As I said, in this case I was able to tell (and yes, I checked the actual disc too). But if company's start hedging the bet now with something like a stock return, where does it end? How ironic that this happened with a title like "The Sum of All Fears"!