For a relatively small video store, Pioneer Video & Stationary sure sports an impressive collection of rental videos-- English-language, foreign (primarily Chinese language), Children's, etc. I was one of those folks who used to prefer going to Blockbuster over these mom&pop video stores. I think it was because Blockbuster had more copies of each movie than does a smaller store, and because rentals weren't much more expensive if you're using a "Rent One Get One Free" coupon. Still, I eventually switched over to Pioneer because my dad signed up for a Frequent Renter program, where you pay $100 in advance for 50 rentals. The rental polices are similar to Blockbuster's; you get to keep a new release for a couple nights, and for older videos you can keep them for three nights. The people there are friendly also, and will hold a rental video for you if you request it by phone or in person. All in all a great place to rent movies.