I suggest you buy a CD box version and NOT the download version. Boxed CD sets can be purchased at various software retailers in your area (Walmart, Best Buy, etc), or you can find CD versions being sold on Amazon's catalog - but not from Amazon - Amazon has links to other retailers who may have a CD version. Neither FTM or Amazon itself has the CD version available (Amazon does have links to other retailers in its search results). Frustratingly, not all descriptions on Amazon tell which version is being sold.
CORRECTION - I just took a peek at Amazon and their on-line search results page now shows they do have the CD version is stock, although it doesn't specifically say which version it is, here:http://www.amazon.com/Nova-Development-US-41924-Family/dp/B0...
It is very important that you do get the newer version to last you into the future. The future of FTM has a black cloud hanging over it since it didn't issue a new version in its "normal" cycle time - and we are now entering the third year without a new version. It would appear, just speculating, that they dumped their FTM development team (or transferred some) because they beefed up their ancestry development team for this new look that Ancestry has.
Although there seem to be few problems initially, various users have reported problems here when buying a new computer, trying to load the program on a new hard disk drive, etc when all they had was the download version. And, Ancestry won't help with these problems; they just refer users to the third party they contracted with to provide the downloads and lots of folks have reported poor customer service from them