My local Apple store had out Student/Teacher editions of CS5 software (Design Standard, Web Premium, and Photoshop Extended). I am a student and I had my credentials on me. I was about to buy, and the employee had to talk to his manager for some reason. Apparently, despite these products being on the shelves, they will only sell Student/Teacher licenses when bundled with NEW Macs. Why? He claimed Apple stores receive these student/teacher versions in limited supply. Seems reasonable, but if these packages were supposed to be in the back office, with a placard under one of the titles reading (paraphrased) "Student/teacher edition, you must have qualifying student ID". Also, the employee, for being so shrewd, didn't bother to collect the SIX boxes in full view on the shelves. Which is odd, he said the software is supposed to be in the back office. Is it normal for Apple stores to carry Student/Teacher editions of software titles but to sell them ONLY for those who buy new Macs?