Up until the 2nd of February, K's Merchandise is selling the Sony SA-WM40 for only 129.99. I went up their to get one today only to find out that they were out of stock. The dude didn't know when they were going to be getting more in, so I thanked him for his time and left. "If you find a lower price on an identical branded item currently available for sale at another local retail store, Sears will match that price." The thing is, K's Merchandise's flyer came out two weeks ago, and I no longer have the flyer that has the confirmation of the sale on it. I do, however, have a print off of the page of the flyer and an enlarged picture of the page of the flyer of the subwoofer, which I printed from K's Merchandise's website. Now, on Sear's website they have a list of Established Online Retailers which says which website a person may use to get a price match. K's website isn't on that list. But its not really a site deal that K's is offering, but I did print the flyer off the website. Does anyone know if they will count the flyer that I printed off the website as a real flyer, or will they say "No, this website isn't one of our established websites."