Hi Folks - I know many of us here have noticed the slowly dissipating SACD/DVD-A aisles in B&M stores, and there's been lots of speculation as to what that means - the end of hi-res, the DualDisc takeover, etc., etc. I just rec'd info from one of the labels that might shed some light on this... "...retailers are now realizing that music consumers would rather shop for all their music in one location as opposed to shopping in different sections of the store by format. So, they are now starting to blend the ‘new format’ titles back into the traditional CD sections of their stores. To better accommodate their efforts, we are starting to re-purpose our titles back into standard CD-sized jewel cases and clearly mark them...new releases will be released in this configuration and catalog titles will be re-purposed over time as we replenish inventory." So, all those fancy Super Jewel boxes (for DVD-A and SACD) are in fact goners, and it looks like we will soon be shopping for all our new format titles in the Red Book Jungle of B&M stores.