What I mean is the riddance of the counter top and just have a person with an iOS device scan your items anywhere in the store- like the Apple Store. Urban Outfitters and JCPenney were supposed to do this, but instead JCPenney redacted and went back to lame normal registers and Urban Outfitters only uses it for line busting. The only other stores I see it being extensively used besides Apple are Verizon Corporate stores, AT&T stores, Nordstrom and Nordstrom rack. And with the last two, they still have normal registers- but you can walk up to anyone to checkout. And they'll check you out on an iOS device. I think this is the coolest setup ever, I was hoping that it was going to catch on, and wasn't just a fad but stores seemed to have treat it as such and a lot of the larger stores pretty much regulated it only to line busting.