When I signed up for DSL I got a free $100 gift card from Best Buy. As I am in the market for an AirPort Express I was psyched when I saw that Best Buy now carries them in their stores, it would be the perfect use of the gift card. However, when I look at the Best Buy website, I see that they are charging $149.99, which is $20 OVER Apple's retail price! What's up with that? Does Best Buy do price matching? Their website says "If, within 30 days (14 days for computers, monitors, printers and notebooks, camcorders, digital cameras and radar detectors) of your purchase from Best Buy, you find a local competitor (excluding Internet competitors) offering a lower price on an available product of the same brand and model, we'll refund the difference plus another 10% of the difference. Just bring us a current ad or other verifiable written proof of the lower price, plus your original Best Buy sales receipt to claim your refund." Does that mean I would have to buy it from Best Buy first, then go to the Apple Store down the street, get some sort of proof it really only costs $129.00, and then back to Best Buy to get credited back the difference? I just think it is slimy of Best Buy to overcharge by $20 over MSRP.