I don't have A&E so I buckled down and so I shelled out for the Steven Seagal Lawman Limited Edition Collector's Set
I'm watching it now, so I can't say much about the episodes yet, but the packaging is pretty sweet.
The vest is about 10 inch tall, so while I don't have a child, I imagine that it would fit on a baby, if you wanted to try it out. Just sayin'
It's a three disc set:
Disc 1: Episode 1 - The Way of the Gun and Episode 4 - The Deadly Hand
Disc 2: Mojo Priest - His music CD. I haven't listened to much of it yet, but as Vern said in Seagalogy, he's not untalented.
Disc 3: Stephen Seagal The Path Beyond Thought - I have never heard of this before, but it's described as a journey where he "travel to Japan and back as Steven establishes his dojo in Osaka, teaches Aikido and develops balance between the physical and spiritual self through martial arts." So I'm pretty excited about that.
All in all, it's not bad. Sixty bucks plus shipping, but I had a free shipping coupon so it was decent for the set. For the show, it does seem a little hilarious that his Seagal Vision tends to focus on black people. But, I don't think that he's racist.
You could probably create a damn fine drinking game about how many times Seagal mentions his martial arts background, or about finding holes.