Richard's post brings up a larger issue:
When a creator/dealer/advertiser claims/posts/advertises/implies that a particular item is "exclusively available" only from them, it's disappointing when it turns out you can obtain it most anywhere.
It is a well-known technique in sales that claiming that a product's supply is somehow limited or exclusive is one way to stimulate buyer demand. In our cottage industry, this technique is sometimes stretched to its limit. (For example, when so-called "limited" numbered releases are suddenly being reissued in another form within the same year) The manufacturers certainly have a right to do this, but the early adopters can sometimes feel a little burned.
Although I have no first-hand knowledge of what Mr. Breese personally said in this case, he did give a very generous pre-publication deal to those who bought early, so that does take a lot of the sting out of this latest revelation (and everybody wins!).
Parenthetically, the issue raised makes me respect Guy Hollingworth even more for how he kept his promise to not re-release the Reformation video despite the money he could have made on it.
P.S.: To be crystal clear: the above should NOT be consrued as a personal attack on Mr. Breese or his business, nor a comment on the value of the Robinson book, which is reportedly fabulous. In fact, Mr. Breese has been extremely honorable in our past business dealings together, and I'd buy from him anytime!