I go into my local Paradigm dealer in Miami to get a Paradigm CC-370 to match my mains. They do not budge 1 penny from MSRP of $329. Now, what "service" do I get for paying top dollar? - No trade up policy - ALL SALES ARE FINAL (printed on the receipt) How can they justify their prices with this level of "service"? This sounds more like a pawn shop or a flea market than a "full service" audio store that all the B&M defenders refer to. The only "service" they provide is letting me hear the speakers, but I can do that at any local Circuit City, Best Buy, Brandsmart, Sound Advice, etc, where they offer competitive pricing on their speakers. The nearest Paradigm dealer is 40 miles away, and the next one is over 122 miles away. Paradigm's policy of protecting these thieves by granting them their own little "realm" and not allowing ANY mail-order is encouraging this behavior.