MacRumors, likely using elite-ninjary, managed to gain access to the upcoming App Store for iPad's best seller list and it highlights a lot of new and interesting details on what apps and games we'll see and what their prices points will be (something we'd just been wondering about):

  1. Flight Control HD - $4.99
  2. Real Racing HD - $9.99
  3. Labyrinth 2 HD - $7.99
  4. Piano Lesson PianoMan for iPad - $2.99
  5. Cro-Mag Rally for iPad - $9.99
  6. Enigmo Deluxe - $9.99
  7. Manic Marble 2 for iPad - $3.99
  8. Otto Matic for iPad - $9.99

OmniGraphSketcher is also listed at $14.99

App Annie (via TUAW and 9to5Mac) have even more screenshots up, showing everything from OmniGraffle for $49.99 (first reported by App Advice a few days ago) to Galaxy Control 2 Lite for free.

Who's been buying iPad apps to generate a best seller list before the device even ships? Either it's just a test seed, or people inside Apple and those few Mossberg-level reviewers have been dropping early review dollars. Of course, developers can change pricing at any time so who knows what prices we'll actually see on launch day and thereafter.

Also unknown is whether another App Store leak, this time from MacStories.net, shows Apple is once again moving forward with that Explicit Apps category, or if they're still just mulling things over. Both Top Explicit Paid Software and Top Explicit iPad Software were spotted, however, and while currently empty, no doubt some developer somewhere is already hard at work on {Random Sexy App} HD.

Again, the earliest we'll know anything for sure is April 3 when the iPad goes on sale, and that's only the beginning...