Aside from the fact that Lumitron is incorrectly spelled (hey, it's Wal-Mart. Give 'em a break) it's a little pricier than I had anticipated. They had the Rayven in stock there too at it's normal price, so I guess the "Light it Up!" series is gonna deplete your wallet a little more. This is especially sad for those who were planning on having a "Glow battle" by putting Firefly Tech clips in Vortex and N-Strike blasters. It's just too darned expensive to pull that off right now until the Firefly Tech magazines are sold separately.
Like I said, Super Soakers are on shelves, with a full showing. I was actually surprised to see the Scatter Blast and Point Break back, as I figured with the Microburst and Electrostorm, they'd be replaced. Nevertheless, the 2012 Super Soaker lineup looks to add the new blasters into the existing 2011 lineup. By the way, that Microburst is TINY! Took a shot of it next to my hand to prove a point about it's size. I'm also increasingly interested in the idea of using the Electrostorm as a laser tag recasing, since it tots 4 AAs again, like the Thunderstorm and Lightningstorm. Could be a neat sidearm blaster.
And, for the first time ever, I was threatened at Dart Point over FaceTime when talking with my girlfriend. I took this Golden opportunity to nab a screen capture in my proud moment. I armed her with a Jolt to shoot silverfish in her apartment, since she doesn't like directly crushing them in a tissue or anything. I think she's had more fun with it terrorizing her roommate though!
So let's wrap things up. Lumitron has a hefty pricetag for a recolored stock-less Praxis. Super Soaker's lineup is bigger than I thought. I wanna install laser tag guts in an Electrostorm. The Microburst at least lives up to it's "micro" name, and my significant other has a Sonic Dart with my name on it next time I get to see her. Great!