yeah walmarts been trying that for years here, it hasn't worked.. even though this is a big city it's small town mentality so mom and pop stores get priority over the 5 walmarts we have. though with the fiasco that just happened with one of our local grocery store chains that sold out and threw their employee's under the bus walmart's starting to get more business since people are refusing to shop at the local chain now. but all the local electronic stores and corner shops are still going strong. i just wish we had a competent computer store here so i wouldn't have to order basic computer stuff from newegg but that won't happen any time soon since the general population here has no idea how to even turn a computer on let alone know what to buy. it all depends on who they can get their products from since most of their products are known popular brands just labeled as kirkland so they're stuck paying what ever prices those brands want which in turn effects the customer.