99.99% of my hardware (3 PCs) are bought via the internet. I neglected to order an IDE and CD-ROM audio cable for the OEM drives I ordered on-line. *DOH!* So I think to myself "Self, just go down to Comp USA for the cables. It's right around the corner and I'm sure they'll have plenty in stock." So I hop in my car, zip down, my street and make one turn and VOILA!, I'm at Comp USA. *humming* I find what I need, look on the packaging for a price, all I see is "Professional Grade this and Professional Grade that" and no price. I find the tags I'm looking for, [rant]HOLY COW! $50 for an IDE and CD-ROM audio cable![/rant] I put the cables back, walked out feeling violated and I didn't even pay for the overpriced cables. So I drove around a few miles and found a PC store. 8 bucks I spend on the cables I need. 8 stinkin' bucks! Who pays Comp U$As prices and how do they stay in business!?!?!?!