For the first time a couple of days ago, I used Fandango's "print-at-home" ticket system. I rarely order tickets ahead of time (I just don't go when it's that crowded, I guess), but I thought it would be a good idea for "Lord of the Rings". I walk into the theater - it's about noon on Christmas Eve. There's a few lines about 50 people deep looking to buy tickets for whatever was playing (it was a 18-screen theater). I walked by all of them and simply gave the printed sheet of paper to the ticket taker, who scanned it. Tickets popped up, and I was able to go right in. The people in line behind me looked stunned and I had to explain how it works. It's a very cool system, though. Hopefully it'll be in use at more theaters across the country soon.