I'm using fewer and fewer online retailers at the mo'. It strikes me that so many high street retailers have offers on at any one time that, if you shop carefully, often they can be cheaper that on line. Of course there's less hassle too. Easy to return faulty discs, immediate viewing, etc... Obviously there is generally less choice, but there are bargains out there. For instance in the Game 2 for £25 at the weekend I picked up 28 Days Later and Changing Lanes. I could have bought 8 Mile, Trainspotting SE, Die Another Day, Daredevil, Gangs of New York, etc all for £12.50 each. Compare this to online and I'll think you'll find prices are very similar indeed. Even my local Woolies is doing Red Dragon for £9.99! If you don't mind used discs, I've picked up a bargain or three at my local Blockbuster, especially newer titles. However, you must be careful in your selection here. Quite often the ex-rentals are more sparse than their retail counterparts. I do buy online still....just not that often anymore....!