> The S of MSRP is "suggested." Not anymore. http://blog.oregonlive.com/oregonianopinion/2007/07/the_supreme_court_blockbuster.html (or google "supreme court" msrp) "Now, for the first time in nearly a century, manufacturers and retailers may agree on a retail price." It's unlikely to be an issue with smaller companies, but my interpretation of this for larger manufacturers is that this "agreement" consists of "sell at this price or we take our product elsewhere." -- It is in the nature of poets to misuse their sources. --John M. Ford, "The Lost Dialogue"