First off the rank is the Starting Warhammer 40,000: Recommended Collection, which has almost everything including some paint and hobby tools, plus some terrain. The Warhammer 40,000 Ultimate Starter Set gives you that minus the paint and hobby tools. The generic new Warhammer 40,000 Starter Set is that minus the terrain, but really gives you everything you need to play the game. Then there's the Warhammer 40,000 Introductory Set which is what grandma gets you when she knows you like it and you're eager to start but the other sets are too expensive. Aren't grandmas the best? They just really want to help you enjoy the thing you love! This set has some minis, some paint and tools and the rules to play with.
It's not just Starter Sets this week though - in fact there's the new Space Marines: Infernus Marines + Paints Set and the Tyranids: Termagants and Ripper Swarm + Paints Set - so if you want to get stuck into some of the new minis and struggle with probably the worst brush ever made, this is for you! There's also a new Warhammer 40,000: Paints + Tools Set, disposable brush included, with some paints that will get you started. Now with the new edition, came some new minis, and this week we get a few of those on their own, including the new excellent Librarian in Terminator Armour (who'd be an amazing base for a Word Bearers Terminator) and the really rather oddly flaccid Barbgaunts. This week also see's the small format Warhammer 40,000: The Rules which gives you something small to take to games and refer to. In the past these have been fairly good, and as it's not too expensive, probably not a bad thing to pick up if you're going to be gaming in store or with a group with the new edition. This is also limited, so if you want it, grab it because it will probably go quite quickly!
There's also the newly rebooted White Dwarf next week which sees issue 490 start off the new Warhammer Bunker, which sounds like all the old features people liked, but in a new club... which makes you wonder if GW will monetise that in the future, like the Warhammer 40,000 app will be.