Michael Logan of TV Guide reports:
This is officially the coolest frackin' sci-fi collectible ever — and it'll only set you back $7,900! Fans of Battlestar Galactica can now purchase their very own 7-foot-tall, museum-quality Cylon Centurion complete with stereo sound and a menacing red LED-scanning eye. "This is not a mass-produced item from China; they're each handmade, signed and numbered by me in my L.A. studio," says craftsman Fred Barton, who specializes in high-end replicas of famous bots (Forbidden Plant's Robby, Lost in Space's B9 and — coming soon — Star Wars' C3PO and R2-D2). "The Centurions are a rarity among collectibles because there's no original model. They're computer-generated for TV. This is the only way to see one in person."
Read a press release on the Cylon Centurion posted on the Battlestar Blog by Drewcypher.
In other news, the Sci-Fi Channel has an Emmy Awards campaign site promoting their shows, and showcasing clips from Battlestar Galactica.
And Trek Movie Report has a some promos of Sine Qua Non, and other BSG links.
Sci-Fi.Com will be streaming the first ten minutes of Sine Qua Non here:
See a 10-minute sneak peek of each week's episode of Battlestar Galactica on SCIFI.COM.
Log on every Friday to watch a special LIVE streaming-video preview of the first act of that evening's new episode before it airs on SCI FI.
Live video streams will run on SCIFI.COM at the start of every hour from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Eastern Time. To view the stream, you must have the latest version of Windows Media installed on your computer.
While the episode sneak peek is streaming live, you will not be able to pause it, rewind it, or fast-forward through it.
Namasté, and good luck.