Good work, Sandlink, thanks. I just got my copy of the 10-k and it's good reading. I particularly like the strategy of trading in used equipment and games. You turn in an old game and get a store credit. Neat and tidy. Also, they have a section devoted to cleaning and fixing used equipment for resale.
While I am not sure progress has been made in the game experience, I do believe the number and depth of new games has created a market tsunami.
GME admits that if downloading games ever becomes a reality, their market share would dip. I don't think that is a real risk these days...what do you think?