I read through the comments and came up with several different ways to respond. I guess though, my only response can be that what you'll get from Mr. Zero's depends on what you're looking for. I fully realize that I can get just about anything I want from eBay or The Internet and that Mr. Zero's just can't compete with a virtual global warehouse with every last item databased. As we're all starting to see, this is becoming a challenge for giant long standing retailers too like Best Buy. But what I've enjoyed since the day a few years ago when I found a vinyl copy of KISS Love Gun WITH all of the inserts, is that I can go into the store, look around at all the treasures, speak with another person who understands and appreciates all types of music and the artists who created it, and if I find another treasure to add to my collection, great, and I'll pay whatever the price is for I can take it with me right then and there and I know what I've just bought, and I can support a local business. So if you want something rare or the perfect piece to complete a collection by all means, go online and order it, but if you want to shop around, speak with someone who can answer questions about music, video games, etc. etc. etc. and maybe find something you've been looking for or finding out where to go to find it, Mr. Zero's can't be beat!!