I recently made a great find in that I stumbled upon two copies of Joe Kane's Video Essentials DVDs at a closeout DVD store. They are both shrinkwrapped -- and I am trying to determine if they are new -- or if they are used and have been reshrinked by the store (they didn't know, unfortunately). I was wondering if anyone might have any ideas on how to tell? When new, where these normally sold in the light shrinkwrap (not the harder cellophane stuff)? Also, one of them has one of those normal DVD stickers at the top (that has the DVD logo, "Video Essentials" and the barcode -- like most DVDs have when you buy them). This is on TOP of the light shrinkwrap. Again -- anyone know if this is normal for new ones -- or if some store may have added it later? I mainly want to know because I don't want to open them up to check for the blue filter if they are actually new -- since I think they're worth more unopened, of course. But, if they ARE used, then I want to check for the filter before I sell them so that I can honestly say that it is in there or not... Thanks. - John... P.S. I guess, while I'm here, I'll mention that I'll take decent offers on here -- although I'll need to just EBay them if I don't get comparible offers, of course. Thanks.