A very rare sleeve variant of http://redump.org/disc/14035/ has been verified by Dangerboy
-"U R NOT e" sleeve. The "e" is red, to possibly be interpreted as as "ready" (red "e").
That's correct, in what was the greatest marketing ploy of all time (and that's my *unbiased* opinion). Sony's Pre-Launch Hype was a Phonetically played word game.
URNOT(red)E for was = "You are Not Ready"
(red)ENOS = Sony spelled backward phonetically, more more importantly, it was short for "Ready: Ninth of September"
(red)ENOS Lives = Sony (PlayStation) is ready to live on the Ninth of September
I believe the E being backwards in everything was supposed to imply it would "turn heads / turn the industry on it's side" or "Be ready for anything". It *did* mean something, but the old memory banks don't go that far back.
Hence why I'm always saying "ENOS Still Lives"