That's not the point. The point is there's a TOS bundle pack on the C-store. I don't know what that'll contain, but odds are the interior pack is part of it. Yet there is no mention of an interior pack being sold separately. So then, if I want to buy the interior, I have to buy the bundle, and am paying more than I'd reasonably expect to pay for just one of the bundle's components because the bundle is inseparable from other items which I already own.
Let's try it this way...
Say I want to have an apple and orange. Both apples and oranges go for 50 cents a piece. Now I already have an apple, so I'm looking to spend another 50 cents on an orange to complete my collection and be immortalized on the cover of apples and oranges afficionado magazine. Only thing is, there's only a Fruit-bundle pack on the market, containing one apple, and one orange, for a special price of 80 cents. And through some fluke of physics not ordinarily experienced outside the writings of Douglas Adams, I cannot own two apples at the same time. So now I have to spend 30 cents more because the Fruit bundle pack contains a fruit I already own, for which I'm really not getting anything in return.
It's like the Enterprise bundle pack. If you bought some of the uniforms seperately, and later buy the pack, you don't get discounted for what you already own. You're better off at that point buying the rest of the components separately. Only to be annoyed for all time to come by the tailor interface, asking time and again whether you want to buy once more clothing options that exist in two or three separate C-store packs, when it shouldn't be that much of a stretch to assume I would not want to pay a second time for anything I already own. Yes? Clear?