Yesterday I was in Fishers Indiana with some time to kill so I stopped by Fry's Electronics. The visit was disappointing. While there was lots of nice equipment in the store the presentation was as bad as I've ever seen. I've been thinking about upgrading the sound system in my truck so the first stop was the automotive department. I like my music loud but the stuff that they were blasting was borderline painful. On top of that the store didn't have the decency to play a CD or satellite station, it was FM radio with more static than music. Most automotive audio installation departments have a computer that matches the available speakers and head units with particular vehicles but there wasn't one at Fry's. My next stop was the television department. None of the displays were properly calibrated. The Matrix Revolutions was being played on a $6700 1080P set and the picture was so pixelated that it looked worse than the cheapest standard definition projection set in the store. How do these people stay in business selling multi thousand dollar televisions and sound systems without putting any effort into displaying them properly?