Just found out that a lot of Hollywood Video stores across the country will be closing. "Most" will remain open, but less profitable locations will be folding. Liquidation sales are said to be in effect. I'm not sure if any stores in my city are closing but I have found some great deals on previously-viewed titles over the last couple weeks. All previously viewed titles priced 12.99-14.99 are on sale for $7.99. $9.99 dvds are on sale for $3.99, and those normally priced at $5.99 are just $1.99. Picked up some good indies for $1.99 each: "The Woodsman" (w/Kevin Bacon), "Down in the Valley" (w/Edward Norton), "The Squid and the Whale," "Transamerica," "Junebug," and Robert Altman's "Tanner on Tanner." Grabbed a few of the $3.99 discs as well, including "The New World" which was in mint condition. Got the 2-disc "Letters From Iwo Jima" for $7.99. The last year or so I've been buying a lot of pre-viewed discs from both Blockbuster and Holywood, and I have to say that the dvds from Hollywood Video are generally in much nicer condition than Blockbuster's. Plus, with Hollywood you get the original keep cases--unlike BB--and I've gotten a couple that even have the original inserts. I for one will be sorry to see these stores go. Hope it's just a few like they say. Worth checking out the prices if there's a store near you.