This is the largest thrift store I've been in with a wide variety of inventory ranging from the standard clothes, books & dishes to a HUGE furniture room, sports equipment, craft supplies, construction material, antiques, and even the occasional boat or motor vehicle. There is very little you won't find there, and the prices are USUALLY good. However, as another reviewer mentioned, you will occasionally be quoted a completely ridiculous price. The problem is not the manager, as someone suggested - he doesn't normally do pricing, and times I've ask him about an unpriced item he's always given me a fair deal. But, because they are staffed by volunteers, you take what you get and some have a better grasp of pricing than others. One older gentleman in particular (who is a very nice fellow, btw) works in the back with the furniture and always prices things at 3X the price of anyone else (I've actually tested this, asking Jeff for a price first, and then seeing what this guy would tell me for the same item). I once ask about a chair that had no price on it. He told me $80. I said, "Look, I'm not trying to haggle with you, but that chair honestly is not worth more than about $25." He insisted that $60 was the least they could take for it, and that was a steal. I went back in the following day and there sat the chair, with a sold tag marked $25 (apparently sold by someone other than him). I've gotten to where, if I see him coming, I just go the other way. He's the only one who does this and he does it consistently. I really don't think he means any harm, (what does a volunteer in a non-profit store have to gain by gouging anyone?) he just doesn't have good knowledge of what used items are worth. But if you can identify this one fellow and avoid him, you will generally get a good deal.