Unless they have, and i just haven't seen it. Recently, on a trip to Seattle, I stopped by a mall where they had a Wizards of the Coast store. I had been there before, and bought a few packs of TCG cards. Posted up everywhere were Going out of Buisness signs. I went in and found out that all of WOTC's retail stores were closing up shop. The lady there told me the company was phasing out their retail division. She also slyly told me that since WOTC laid off a bunch of designers that now the Seattle area was full of people desigining their own games. (I don't know if this part is true or not, just thought id add it.) Kind of a bummer, since I've been having a hard enough time finding cards. But since they were having a sale, I walked out of there with about thirty boosters of BOY cards at nearly 75 percent off. Came out of the whole deal with three rare Death Stars. Not too shabby. In an additional note, I stopped by that comic shop that's in the lower level of the Pike's Place Market (i dont know if anyone knows what im talking about). They're pretty iffy about carrying anything to do with SW, but in a giant box of loose booster packs that were discounted, i dug through it and was able to get about 12 five card ANH boosters for next to nothing. I guess if i wait long enough these things will trickle down. Just wondering if anyone else out there heard or experienced first hand the WOTC store closings. thanks for reading.