In an interview with G4's X-Play, Yoshinori Ono, producer of Street Fighter IV, reconfirmed that the game will see release this winter in the US. This fits with the timetable laid out previously and currently reflected at retail, where the game currently has a February 3 release date.
This means that Capcom will have one big release a month during the first quarter of next year, provided that the January 12 release date for Bionic Commando holds. And, of course, you all probably have the March 13 release date for Resident Evil 5 memorized.
Retail sites like GameStop are also listing collector's editions of both Street Fighter IV and Resident Evil 5. The SFIV set is listing for $80 and the RE5 version is listing for $90. Obviously, this is all retailer stuff, so it's all subject to change.
Hey, where's the Collector's Edition of Bionic Commando? Why not throw in a download code for Rearmed, a small package of Turkisk Peber, and a scratch-n-sniff photo of Ben Judd? In my mind, that photo would smell like mangos when scratched. Dirty mangos.