I just came from one of our half dozen Wal-Mart Super Centers that I visit frequently and noticed something both odd and alarming! A week ago they had 3 aisles of DVD's and a trailer preview scanner monitor on display. Tonight, there was only ONE aisle of DVD's with no monitor and noticed the stock person putting out more VHS tapes in which they now have 2 aisles of! There was game software filling the space that the balance of the DVD's occupied previously. There was also a bin about 5 feet square and deep full of DVD's just thrown in at $14.99 each and no way you could look at all of them to see if there is one you wanted by the way the bin was presented (loaded like beach balls). The last minute purchase displays by the cash registers containing DVD's were gone and what displays remaining outside the electronics area were blocked by other merchandise so you couldn't see them well. What are these clowns doing? Are they now thinking that if they can't sell the DVD's they want to sell then they won't sell any at all and push VHS instead? That is what it looked like to me this evening here in Richmond, Virginia!