The newer one with grey font comes from DVD Times. The DVD is out Jan 22nd which is...tomorrow/todayish.
There's a wee review of Voyage at Bruce's blog:
Now, Stoppard tends to be not very emotional and very philosophical and intellectual. And it is true, this play is about 30 years of Russian history, starting in 1846 - all pre-Revolution. It tells the tale of the Russian upperclass land owners and their children and their fascination with the philosophies of the day, lead by philosopher Alexander Herzen (O'Byrne). Not exactly an easy sit-thru in a way, but the 2 hours and 45 minutes sped by, I thought. Billy Crudup and Ethan Hawke take command of this Part One and are mezmerizing. Jennifer Ehle is luminous.LIGHTBULB!
BroadwayWorld people are discussing whether it's ok to see parts of Coast of Utopia out of order.