I'd guess your best bet on the street balls would be to keep checking ebay. I saw some white 9.5's last week and see them every month or two. You might be waiting awhile, but they'll come up eventually. Also, you might check ebay.co.uk or ebay.de. The German site seems to have *tons* of heat (at least when it comes to running shoes & equipment line from the 80s & 90s), but descriptions are mostly in German. Most of those guys speak English, so if you ask for shipping costs to USA you'll generally get an answer.
On to other news. I meant to post azx pics over the weekend, and they're now up on some other sites. The idea for this pack sounded neat, but so far I haven't seen anything worth hunting down. I love the zx series - the zx500 is the first shoe that got me interested in hunting down more colors and other zx models. The only models from here that are decent are the Bodega (I'll bet that is in the biggest demand when this set launches) and D-Mop. Unfortunately red is a color I can always pass on (I don't know anything about Bodega - maybe red is one of their colors, but I don't think that was on their recent Reebok colab). If it was green, purple, or blue instead of red it would be something I'd pay $100 for (I'm guessing all of these will be $100+). The D-Mop looks interesting, but I think the recent Undercrown Gil and zx800 animal series are better metallic shoes. I'd consider paying $60 for it, but not without seeing it in person (and it'll never be that cheap, whereas the zx800 animal is fairly easy to find for that price). That Goodfoot shoe is trash (even the the higher res pics I saw looked like it had nice materials). I thought it was impossible to screw up any adidas shoe colored with fairway green and any combination of black, gray, and/or white, but this shoe has proven me wrong. It reminds me of those nasty New Balance shoes that came out last year (the last pic is one of the NB shoes I'm talking about). I think the biggest letdown is the Foot Patrol 800 - it's just colored like an 8000, but it does supposedly has different materials than the normal 800. It's nice to see that a 450 (the limited editions) will be released, even if it's not as nice as the recent consortium. Hopefully the rest of the series is nice - maybe a nice 600 or 7000 will come out. It'd be *really* nice if they let somebody do a zx zoom, 310, 1000, or zx runner (and better if the colors were nice).
What I was really hoping with this series is that we'd some better tech in the models. For example a 500 or 600 with a torsion bar or softcell (or both), any model with formotion, any model with a different midsole than normal - sort of like nike's one time only only pack, or a model with the intel cushioning tech. I can't believe many people are going to be doing any serious running in these, so it would be cool if somebody added the gel ankle to one of these. The gel padded ankle in my comp towns (it's also in the buck town too and I think I saw it in a campus or stan smith last year - probably a skate version) is ridiculously comfortable and I'd welcome that in a heartbeat. I don't know why adidas flew all these dudes to Germany just to color some shoes and maybe pick out a couple different materials than the regular versions. So far, this series just shows why companies shouldn't do colabs just for the sake of colabs - there ought to be some sort of idea driving the project. The idea should be more along the lines of using Philly Blunts as inspiration a few models as opposed to saying let's get 26 stores that each represent a letter of the alphabet and that way we can put out a ton of limited edition colabs all at once. After seeing these 8 shoes, I think this project could've been better by putting a design tool up on the web (like the puma mongolian bbq or reebok custom) and letting people submit designs. The a-z could've been handled by categorizing submissions by last name and having adidas choosing their favorite for each letter. That probably would also generate more hype than these crappy releases. Oh well - if they can't release anything new worth tracking down then I'll just keep my eyes open for an Indonesia track top in size 2XL from the Materials Of The World series!