I could not disagree more. People have less and less free time and want to get what they want as fast a possible. The category killers (WMT, HD, etc.) have eliminated most of the middle-size players and builit their own superstores. The downside of these superstores is that it takes forever to get in and out. The point I often make to people is that you can get in and out of a WAG faster than you can walk across the parking lot of a Walmart Supercenter. :-^) As the populations ages, they will have less tolerance for the megahypersuperstores. And a clean, uncluttered, right-around-the-corner, just-the-right-size Walgreens is exactly what they'll be looking for. Plus, these aging boomers are going to have comfortable retirements and aren't going to be motivated by the fact that WMT is a nickel less on toothpaste. WAG is better positioned than ANY other retailer to take advantage of these trends.