>>> they're still going for $5.99 a tube (advertised as a 33% discount, >>> so it's possible that it will increase to $6.33 soon). >> For "$6.33" read "$8.99." > Read "$6.66", actually. Sorry about that -- my mental calculator had > a hiccup when I was trying to account for the additional dollar in > the current list price, and I added the discount instead of the cost. > > Where did you get the $8.99? >From dividing $5.99 by 0.67 and rounding. A 33% discount on $9 is $6. (Unrelatedly, I'm one of those who'd like to see the clear stashes -- and maybe the white -- remain available if at all possible. Perhaps as short-run-depot items priced at a bit of a premium.) -- Regret, by definition, comes too late; Say what you mean. Bear witness. Iterate. --John M. Ford, "Against Entropy"