Books are a little bit on the pricy side at Borders – you can usually get the same book for less money at another bookstore. The DVDs and CDs are most definitely overpriced. The café food is overpriced, but almost worth it….however it falls just a tad short. I don't go to Borders to purchase things, but I enjoy going there to browse and thumb through a few books on a lazy Sunday afternoon. The ambience is nice and there are places to sit and read. However, those eating at the café are hard-pressed to find a place to sit because there are not enough reading benches throughout the store so everyone sits at the café tables. The food from the café does smell incredible and adds to the experience.