Trying to compete at the north end of Silicon Valley, Computer Warehouse has shrunk recently. Once a sprawling assortment of parts with a modest PC-only retail base, they are now sharing space with Relax-the-Back and a bakery. All testiment to their failing paradigm. Computer Warehouse should not focus so much on selling the newest and fastest, and should focus on why I went there in the first place: to be an outlet for the hobbyist who doesn't need to spend $2000 on a PC. This used to be an awesome place to find those hard-to-find pieces of equipment for aging PCs. Now it is just another small computer store struggling to get by, with mediocre offerings.