Today I was looking through several stores in my town for a few of the new "harder-to-find figures", dooku, yoda, qui-gon, etc. I went everywhere and found nothing.(im in NC) Finally, i went to toysrus, and at first glance, i saw nothing worth mention. But, upon digging through one of the deep figure bins, i uncovered, buried at the bottom or a bin, the bespin wave of figs, including 1 bloody luke & 3 vaders, some windus, and there were several dookus, etc... Problem was, they all had tears and rips in their packaging. All of them. I was thinking a scapler (s) must have taken all of the lot but the ones i found, because of their damaged packaging. However, to my surprise, upon looking across the bins, i saw a man with a 1/2 cart full of newer figs already in his cart pull up, apparently he had gotten to them right before me, even though i got to the store soon after it opened. To my surprise, after he had gotten the ones he wanted sorted out, he began to make creases in the figures he wasnt getting, making sure to damage the packing of at least 5 or 6 new figures! One by one he'd bend the bubble or make a little tear in the card. I had never seen anything like it, scalping is one thing, but damaging the procduct so no one else can enjoy it is even worse. Basically, this guy had gotten to the store when it opened, taken all the good stuff, and the good stuff that he couldnt afford, he damaged. My girlfriend saw him and told the store manager, but she still let him buy everything. Worst part is, 2 little kids came in with their mom about 5 minutes later, looking for yoda, but all the yodas were taken by the fat 30ish guy already. I think their should be a limit to the number of indentical figures a single person can buy, and guys like the one i saw today shouldnt be allowed to get anything.