Yep, it's true, Leonard's may have what you are looking for when nobody else in town does but the store is very cramped and dirty. Some of the stock is so old, it's still there from when they were located on North Commerce during the flood. You can tell by the ancient price tags, mud stains and rust. Some of the batteries and chemicals have expiration dates that are WAY past due to be thrown out. You can dig through bins of items (electrical parts for example) and find at least three different prices on them. Kind of leaves it up to the customer to find the best deal. They will honor the best price but it shouldn't be run like that. Makes you feel like you are at a flea market instead of a hardware store. Also, depending on who you are dealing with (if you can find someone to help) you can usually bargain them down in price. Unless you are made of money and don't mind getting ripped off, they should get their prices more in line with the rest of the world. They store the lawnmower and other garden equipment outside and it shows! Rusty, with rain damaged tags. If I'm gonna pay top dollar for something I would prefer it either be stored inside or at least fairly new. I know some of the other stores keep the equipment stored outside but they move the inventory quickly enough that it doesn't show damage. Maybe everyone in this area doesn't care what some of the businesses look like but take a look at their property and grounds, people. Piles of junk, trash, broken pallets left to decay on the asphalt. Not impressive, considering the prices they charge. Couldn't they clean it up a little? Let's see....something good to say...the help is usually friendly and can sometimes find things buried from long ago that the customer wouldn't be able to find. They will go to the trouble to order something that isn't in stock if they can find it in the catalog.