Sing Your Life
I feel that items hold more value and importance if they are just not slapped with a sticker that says limited when in fact there may be plenty of copies floating about.10,000 isn't that much when you consider the number of Moz fans worldwide.
My boxset is #300-something
In the 80s when bootlegs were on the decline many of the erm, "labels" began to produce runs of 500 and under. Some of these bootlegs now sell for over £100 among collectors. And that is the whole point of a limited edition, for it to become a collectable.
I would not feel like I own something that special when I know I can get it from most high street shops or see it on Ebay every other day. If you buy a limited edition item you want it to be rare, hard to get hold of and grow in value.
Then again, maybe I am wrong?