I happened into the Barnes & Noble in Union, New Jersey yesterday and was surprised to see three Miles Davis MFSL SACDs -- Kind of Blue, Sorcerer, and My Funny Valentine: Miles Davis in Concert. Even more surprising is that they weren't all the same price. My Funny Valentine was $22.99, Sorcerer was $31.99, and Kind of Blue was $44.99. On the one hand, Barnes & Noble recognized them as audiophile discs since they were all priced higher than standard CDs, but on the other hand, they adjusted the price by title as they do with standard CDs. Odd. Have you seen MFSL SACDs at Barnes & Noble stores? Two other things that were unusual about this store in Union. First, they had a deeper jazz section (CDs) than the typical Barnes & Noble. Second, they did not have dedicated $4.99/$7.99/$9.99 CD sections. These discs were mixed in the genres, and it seemed that there weren't many budget CDs. It seemed as though this store missed the music department reorganization that took place at other stores several years ago. That said, they did have the expanded vinyl selection seen at other stores.