If you go to Costco on Tuesday, August 12th, you should be able to find 2 different 4 DVD blister packs from 20th. One contains All About Eve, How Green Was My Valley, Gentleman's Agreement and Sunrise. The other contains An Affair to Remember, Song of Bernadette, Love is a Many Splendored Thing and Sunrise. The price is a very low $34.99 and you won't have to mail in for Sunrise. But if you bought some of these already, then I guess you won't be happy about this. How do I know this? I was in Costco today (August 10th) and I saw both of these sets. I picked up the one starting with An Affair to Remember, stuck in my basket, bought a chicken, some cans of asparagus, a big box of trash bags and proceeded to the cashier. When she scanned my Fox DVD set, she said, "Uh oh. I can't sell you this." My jaw dropped. She then proceeded to tell me that the "street date" for this is August 12th and they are not allowed "by law" to sell them ahead of time and they were put out early by error. They are holding it for me until Tuesday. The moral of this story is if you see something out ahead of street date at Costco, you still can't buy it because their register system won't authorize it to be sold. In this case, I think it's a Costco only promotion so I personally don't see what the big deal is about a street date in this instance.