Okay, here's my story: Yesterday, I walked into London Drugs (Canada's "Target") with the intention of buying a Logitech VX Revolution mouse to replace my current Mighty Mouse (The scroll ball slowly started dying, now it doesn't scroll AT ALL). I went to the mouse display to see if they sold it. For some reason, I thought that Logitech only had one mouse with the super-fast scroll-ball thing. I was wrong, there were several to choose from (VX Nano, etc). I go to a demo model iMac to read online reviews on the VX Nano (Maybe i'd like it better?). Anyway, there I am on Google just trying to find out what people think of the thing, and this employee comes up to me and says "I'm sorry sir, I'm afraid I can't let you surf online". I tell him I'm just reading reviews for a mouse I want to buy. He replies with "I'm sorry, but these computers are not for internet surfing". I say "Not any of them? All I'm doing is Googling a mouse I want to buy". He says "Well you should have done that before you came". Why connect the friggen things to the internet if you can't even use them? Anyway, I pull out my cell phone to ask my geek friend about the Revolution/Nano/Whatever. I told him what happened and he thought that it was just crazy. He advised me to get the "VX Revolution" (flagship), and pick it up at NCIX. I didn't want to buy anything at LD after that experience. I go to NCIX and ask for the mouse. Walked out. Hooked it up, and I love it. Do you think that it's a bit odd that you can't use demo model computers to read about a product you intended on buying?