Jack a customer for $60 bucks? You bet! I went into the store to get an inexpensive tripod. Lauren and owner? Rudy (38 years in the business, trust me!) showed me a couple of tripods. When I asked about a Vivitar (model no. VPT-4867), Rudy looked at it and said, ""Look at the price. It must be used. It has to be on consignment at that price. He and clerk Lauren engaged in a few minutes of theater. The tripod was marked at $59.99. Rudy made a phone call, and then stated, ""That is my cost!"" He assured me that the next time I went into the store, the same item would be listed for $119.00. I decided to purchase the tripod. I was also looking for a wireless remote for a Nikon D3000. Rudy told me that a remote wasn't supported for the D3000, and that I should buy an updated D5100. I plugged it into Google, and learned that the ML-L3 remote was indeed supported by the D3000 I already owned. The ever helpful Lauren grabbed one off the shelf and presented it to me. The Wilson Camera price was $39.95. When I did a web search on my phone, the same item was offered for less than $13 bucks on Amazon dot com I pointed this out to Rudy, and he made a beeline for the door, leaving Lauren to deal with me. I offered $20 bucks so that I didn't have to bother ordering it online. Lauren countered at $25, and I walked out. When I got home, I was so furious that I called the store and told Lauren that I was going to return the tripod. Lauren said, ""Sorry, all sales are final."" When I blew up, she took my number and said she'd call me back. A few minutes later, Lauren called back and said that they would take the tripod back. Returning the tripod is the *last* time I will ever set foot in Wilson Camera. For no reason should you do business with Wilson Camera. They lie and are deceitful. Rudy apparently has not heard of smartphones or Google. The shock on his face when confronted with a competitive price is almost worth a trip into the store. It is fair to make a decent profit, but when a 100% profit is not enough, consumers should steer clear. Oh, and if you are in the market, Walmart and Buy dot come both carry the VPT-4867 for about $23 bucks. If you don't want the Vivitar, run, don't walk, to Best Buy, and some kid with *zero* knowledge about cameras will sell you a nice Sunpak for $44.99 with nicer features.