I've already put my two cents in the other thread about the FTSD release, but yeah, I think the band has handled this poorly. To the point that I'm not buying either the AB or FTSD sets. Now, I am RECEIVING a Super AB set for Christmas, which I will inevitably enjoy. But I will not be buying the FTSD stand-alone set, which in any other arrangement, I most certainly would have. Take out the FTSD disc from the Super set and lower its overall price, and I'd buy the standalone FTSD set. (Remove even more of the redundant material and drop the price further, and I might already have bought the AB set myself.) I have very limited patience in paying multiple times for something I already paid for, and I think if U2 gave half a mind to this very problem, we wouldn't be having this debate. (Ok, I guess they gave exactly HALF a mind, by allowing owners of the Super/Uber sets to stream the director's cut. Still.) I also think there are other bands who have, or would have, handled all of this better.