I know that there was an announcement that Musicland was planning on carrying SACD - well the announcement was true (not that there was any debating it wouldn't be). I was in the Sam Goody in Parsippany, NJ yesterday and the CD racks were full of SACD discs. It seemed that they had at least one copy of every Sony SACD mixed in with the regular CDs in the regular music section (as opposed to them segregating DVD-Audio to it's own section in the DVD section of the store). Many titles were actually stocked in "bulk" with 2 or more copies per - like Aerosmith "Hits", Jorma Kaukonen "Blue Country Heart", etc. They even had the newest titles, Joe Satriani "Strange Beautiful Music"; Earth Wind and Fire "Alive in '75"; Billie Holiday "Lady in Satin" MCH/Stereo SACD. Here is the bad part - all SACD discs were marked list price, stereo only discs were $19.99 and MCH were $21.99. But the positive thing is that SACD is getting more exposure in probably the largest music chain conglomerate in the US. Hopefully the discs will sell; with the only problem I see being that since they are mixed in with the regular CDs someone buying this not knowing what it is and returning it because it wouldn't play in their regular CD or DVD player that does not have SACD capability. So, unless I have an in-store coupon I don't think I will be purchasing many SACDs at Sam Goody myself. (Luckily I have an in-store coupon which is good until 12/31/02 - so I will probably use it before the year is out).