I'm really frustrated, this is the second time this week I've bought a DVD set only to come home and find this... First I bought the release of American Psycho and uponening unwrapping, noticed a strange evenly cut out rectangle in the upper right corner of the outer slipcase where the serial number should have been. Underneath was the exposed back of the inner keepcase. I found it strange but figured it was an exclusive thing to this set, at first I even thought it might have some signigigance or something, like a decision made when manufacturing the covers that somehow related to the movie or release. Well last night, I went out and bout the new Bill & Ted boxset and this really pisses me off... I get home and unwrap the thing, and again, on an actual 3-disc boxset somebody had the nerve to actually cut the cardboard off the back where once again the serial number should have been! What the hell is up with this practice and I want to know if it is the studios, retail stores, distributors, etc. who are doing this? Would you return the set if you were me? American Psycho was one thing and I could live with it... but what kind of a maroon decides to cut a square out of the cover of a cardboard boxset?? Do they even stop to think that perhaps the point of purchasing these box sets in the first place is so collectors can conveniently display their titles on shelf, and that by hacking up the covers and boxes it sort of defeats the purpose of wanting to have one? I'm just shocked that anybody could actually think it would be a good idea to take scissors to the back of a brand new boxset and than rewrap and sell it on shelf thinking it's perfectly fine. This really upsets me and I wanted to ask if anyone else experienced the same problem with either of these releases, or ever in the past? I also want to know who's behind this and why it's done at all? Are the stores to cheap to pay for stickers? Would you bother returning the set and explaining this to the cashier or suck it up and keep an eyue out for this in future?