I could not determine and didn't want to ask if this was purely a security arrangement, a matter of laziness, too much material to trot out and put away every day, or some combination of all of these. But it seemed to me then, and still does, to be a practice that would result in zero impulse buying. You know, that shiny object thing we all suffer from. Plus, for relatively new hobbyists, this practice limited exposure to unfamiliar series that might trigger a new collecting interest and thus new sales. Maybe the walk-in business just did not represent enough sales $ volume to matter so they didn't put any effort into the in-person retail presentation? Any thoughts on this?