There are two factors that have contributed to me shopping much less at BB than I used to: (1) The opening of a Fry's nearby, and (2) getting and using my Amazon Prime membership. If I just want to browse physical media, Fry's just has a bigger selection. I wonder how much of the drop in BB's music & movies sales can be attributed to the recent reduction in floor space given to same in most BB locations?? Most of my buying these days is done on Amazon. Even when BB has a better price and Amazon doesn't match, it usually ends up cheaper for me at Amazon because they don't charge sales tax. Add to that free 2-day shipping. And pre-ordered BDs, DVDs, and CDs almost always arrive on the day of release, so even that "gotta have it NOW" impulse can be satisfied. The only thing that takes me to BB these days are store exclusives (like Midnight Cowboy & Pelham for $10) and crazy promotions like the recent X-Men deal ($7.99 for a copy of Wolverine on Blu with $12 of movie cash attached). I believe that Amazon's sales tax exemption will eventually be legislated away. The states are simply losing too much revenue to out-of-state online retailers. At that point I expect my Amazon / B&M shopping ratio will re-balance.