Well, given the fact I love Joy Division, I would love to get my hands on one of these, especially after seeing the pictures. I however cannot justify the extra cost, mostly because I recently upgraded to a red Zune 80 and truly have no need for another 80GB Zune, even if it does look really cool.
I am not sure if this comes as any measure of success, but I have been keeping an eye out for unboxings and images and so far have seen very few. In fact I have come across just two, one of which comes from a zunerama forum member who managed to get number 39 out of 500 and the other from Peter Rojas of Engadget/RCRDLBL fame who happens to be even luckier and scored himself a protoype. The player is also (as of this posting) still available for purchase.
From the description that was given by the zunerama forum member "RL" it sounds like a very nice looking device and a worthy unboxing experience.
"I got the box this afternoon from Fed-Ex. Solid Black. Opened it up. Solid black. Unwrapped the black paper from the interior box. Solid Black with the Unknown Pleasures Graphics engraved into the cardboard. Opened what appeared to be a 2 inch thick, LP Sized box and found another padding area with the same design engraved into the polyfoam. Lifted it up and there it was. A leather case with the same engravings. A black 80gb Zune. It was solid black, almost reminicent of the 30gb, lighter with a sticker on the glass warning of unsuitable content for minors. To the side were the obligatory usb cable and premium headphones. Etched into it's polyfoam cradle was a single signature, Peter Saville. I hesitantly warmed it up. The Zune start screen began, and then the background, the background that was etched into every single part of the package. I am charging it now as we speak."
Here are a few images of the limited edition Zune, and the links below will also take you to both unboxings to check out the rest of the images. If anyone comes across any more feel free to leave a comment below.