I just purchased a 2005 Toyota Camry 9 days ago at Ralph Hayes Toyota. I always thought that you got the best deal at larger car dealers, but my husband and I decided to try our luck at Ralph Hayes, our local dealer. First we test drove a Camry with lots of options (that we decided we didn't want/need) and then decided on another Camry LE with the options we were looking for. Mark Farrington, our salesman was not pushy or trying to get us to make hasty decisions or trying to make us purchase options we did not want. After going inside he made us an intial offer of 18,775 (21,800 sticker price), but we told him we were looking for somethign a little lower. He made a final offer of 18,300. We told him him we'd leave for lu nch to talk it over. After leaving we went to Toyota of Greer (you know the huge dealership you always see commercials of on tv). We test drove a car and then went inside to see what kind of price we could get. The salesman made an offer of 20,400 (21,800 sticker price). We told him that we had already received an offer of 18,300. He went back to see if he could meet that price and told us he could not sell the price for less than what they paid for it. So, we left their dealership and went back to Ralph Hayes where we purchased the car. We bought the car for about 600 over invoice, which I believe is a great price! Make Ralph Hayes Toyota your first (and last) stop when in the market for a new car!