I decided to purchase a pair of cordless headphones as I wanted to upgrade from my trusty but battered, Philips infra red set that I bought about 10 years ago. So the other week I trotted off to the retail park near my home to have a gander in Comet and Currys. My first thought upon entering was - What has happened to these shops? The displays at Comet and Currys were appalling. Shelves were incorrectly marked and the goods on display were either damaged or just in the wrong places. Staff in both stores were friendly enough and helpful but overall, I felt I had wasted my time. My last big purchase was a Pany PV500 Plasma which I bought from John Lewis after a price match, and I was quite impressed by their displays and staff knowledge. All the TVs were clearly marked and although not being fed via a decent feed, the picture quality on even the cheapest plasmas and lcd tvs were OK. Walking around the TVs at Currys, and I wondered why would anyone buy a Plasma or LCD from here? It was appalling. TVs were either not switched on, or were so badly tuned in, they looked shocking. The prices were a joke as well. They were selling ex display or damaged/ returned models for only a couple of hundred less than full price!! Anyone thinking about spending 2 grand plus on a TV will hopefully have done their homework and know about running the plasmas in a bit to avoid screen burn etc. Probably something the sales staff at these stores do not consider when they have these sets on the same freeview channel, 12 hours a day, 7 days a week. So who in their right mind will try to save 200 poxy quid when buying a 2k TV.?? I am not blaming the staff at all as I feel they do the best they can considering the wages they are paid. Its the companies themselves that I feel should take note. As I said at the beginning, I wanted a pair of cordless headphones. In Currys they had a couple of crappy £30 Philips jobbies and a set of £40 JVCs All of which were in damaged or opened boxes. Comet had one pair of twenty pound!!! Cordless headphones by some obscure make, and that was it. Where else can I go?? I have seen the Sennheiser RS130s and 140s on various websites so would like to have a look at these before shelling out £75-£130, but I cannot find anywhere that sells them. It is getting very frustrating. I have bought gear off the net before so am not worried at all, but with these phones, I would just like to have a feel first before parting with the cash. Can anyone at all tell me where I can go to demo these or other headphones? I am never, ever setting foot inside Comet or Currys again as I feel the fat cat bosses of these companies are laughing at every single person who buys something from these terrible places. Rant over.