Thanks! I'm very excited too. I get the cash and the Threadless gift certificate, but my shirt isn't part of the package deal with the poster and the CD. It would have been great to gain that exposure, but most people just get the $10 mp3 versions of things alone anyway these days so that's not a big deal. The CD cover, that they first unveiled 2 weeks after my entry, looks similar to my design so I understand wanting to go a different way for this particular promotion. That package is mostly for completists and such fans would probably know about additional shirts and pick them up too. The other difference is the Disney prizes. The first selected contestant received the Green Album CD , the Jim Shore statues, a framed and signed Muppet version of the shirt and a signed Muppet photo. I don't know what the replacement package will be. It is rather gluttonous and should have been distributed among the runners-up. If I had won all of this, the plan was to give some of the statues away to fans in a creative way. Now it's unlikely those are included with this "2nd selection" deal. I don't know what I'll be getting so It probably won't be all of this. I'm a freelance artist having a very challenging year and even though I love the Muppets, much of me entered for the cash prize. That's what made this perfect for my skills and knowledge. I knew my chances were pretty good upon picking up my sketchbook, so I worked around the clock over 6 days and put in at least 30 hours into the design. In essence I treated this contest as artwork on spec. I didn't expect the long-standing popularity of the design throughout the contest. That was incredible and humbling. I knew what my inner fanatic felt was missing by way of Muppet products - illustration of the Muppets looking like the iconic puppets rather than stylized cartoons or parodies. The original plan was to have the characters fill the entire shirt, but I needed to reel it in and put it in a template. Kermit framed them all in kind of a group photo theme of friendship beneath the anarchy. Wow, that was a longer answer than anticipated. Ultimately this ended up just like a Muppet movie. Opportunity knocks and then is thwarted until the last minute when supportive friends and colleges make the impossible happen. The only thing that would make this better and even more Muppety is if they included everyone else they could too just like in "The Muppets Take Manhattan". Their announcement of potential multiple winners indicates a great chance of that happening.