Has anyone noticed if TRU, in general, charges more for the "hot toys" than other stores do? I ask because while I was picking up some stuff at Wal-Mart today, I of course had to hit the toy section to check the TF section (nothing but movie toys warming the pegs...but I noticed the store had finally gotten to the Air Raid wave! Maybe they're getting to the end of their movie stock! But I digress...) and the Monster High doll section for my daughter - she has an obsession with these things, and they've added a new dimension to father/daughter hunting trips. As usual, the shelves were bare of dolls of any sort, but I noticed that they DID have one of the vampire convertible cars on the shelf. Then I noticed the price - $22.97 (I think) - about $12 less than what I paid for one at TRU a week earlier to hold in reserve for her in case she came home with all A's on her report card or did something else reward worthy (She really wants that car). Then I noticed tags for the new line of dolls my daughter talks about, the 1600 line, and they were all $10 less than what I saw them for at TRU... ($22 vs $32) I'm not sure if this is Wal-Mart aggresively trying to undercut TRU, or if TRU is taking advantage of the supply/demand situation for these toys. I'd take back the one I bought already to TRU, but the way these things disappear off shelves, I'll just hold onto it and enjoy her reaction when she gets it.