You're right Greg... If it's a number you can look up in Target's system throughout the store, you can checkout with it as well, as it's in their system.
And Jabba, you're right as well I believe... Hasbro's really promoting the Vintage Collection this year. They're striving for that collector market that's fallen behind Clone Wars in the past. Thus Vintage gets a bigger reboot than Clone Wars is seeming to at their intended launch date. I think they're still trying to sell kids on the movie line too though of course, thus the Cloud Car has launching stuff, the AT-AT has lots of play value, the Snowspeeder comes with the extra set of "kid" weapons and so on... The same basic trends still going along.
Hasbro's been pretty vehement at everything from Toy Fair till now that Vintage is their way of starting things over, and recapturing lost sales. It seems to be working too, judging by reactions to the vintage line's look. Lots of collectors who ditched this stuff are now rethinking collecting. Guys I know personally that I never thought would consider buying stuff in any quantity are looking at buying stuff again. Some of it seems to just be packaging changes, and seeing the line drift away from EU and more to movies... I'm surprised at that really. I like the EU, but I know lots of guys who were in it from day one who hate it too.