This is everything all-in-one for DVD & BD/3D/2D and all for $30. However, imports valued at over £15.00 postage inclusive are now subject to 20% tax and £8.00 Parcelforce clearance fee here in the UK. It is pretty random which packages are stopped for inspection and you may get away with your item being delivered without the customs problem if you are very lucky. Plus it will probably be the full USA version.
As long there are countries that want to artificially maintain sky high prices for Blu-ray who are terrified of people getting wise and importing (like Japan), region coding is here to stay, which is ridiculous. Let us buy where we want and scrap region coding!
For example, the US version of Scream 4 is region locked (A) as it's distributed by Disney. The UK version is also region locked (B) as it's distributed by Entertainment in Video. As well as each market dictating the price, it's a way of making sure they don't lose out in revenue because of another country having a cheaper/better version.
When a movie has a single distributor worldwide, you're far less likely to find a region locked title (although it does still happen from time to time).
Eureka, who release the Masters of Cinema range are actually asked by the owners of those titles in the US (they often licence from Universal) to region lock their UK releases to avoid US customers importing. Silent Running, Repo Man and Rumble Rish for example.
A lot of players can be made multi-region of course, but not everyone bothers. Even in this day and age not everyone wants to import, and some like to support their own countries releases.