Robert_Charlton - 7:20 pm on Aug 26, 2011 (gmt 0)
I'm noticing that location will affect whether you see the target.com rich snippet listing as an organic result. I was apparently several miles too far down the freeway from a Target store to be served the target.com result in organic. Changing my default location setting (and/or, overriding an Auto-Detected location on a browser that's not signed in) did let me see the organic result too.
I saw the same result that pageone describes. For me, it was in the #2 organic position. It has longer description lines than the AdWords listing, and the organic description lines aren't hyperlinked to individual product pages as the AdWords descriptions are. Also, the organic results don't show prices.
Changing my geo-location didn't change the ranking of the result, but I didn't play with it very much. Either it ranked in the #2 spot, or it didn't appear for me at all.
Some slightly different queries (like singular vs plural) produce results that have interesting variations... and the behavior of geo-location isn't always consistent across these.