Stepping inside Rolling Stone, there is great promise. Good music playing, unique decor inside [think: cd's hanging from the ceiling].But nothing is more annoying than the elitist music snobs that flock and/or work there. Oh, no, wait. Something IS more annoying: paying $22 for a cd you can buy for $13 at the Best Buy or Target less than a block away. Once upon a time, Rolling Stone, an independent record store just outside of Chicago, meant something. It was freedom from the corporate mainstream music forced upon the masses. These days, you don't have to spend too much money or waste time being sniffed at by the employees, who think themselves somehow above you on a musical level because they're on the other side of the counter. True, some great bands have passed through and done signings, but now all you're doing is paying extra for the attitude. It's not worth it. Get the hard to find music online and save yourself the aggravation. Everything else, you can get cheaper at a franchise store.