Came in here for a very simple thing: Laptop shopping. Not in the store for 5 minutes when a greasy haired snake oil peddler crept out from behind a counter like he smelled chum in the water. I'm sure you can see his serial-killer grin from here, but I digress. The young man by the name of Anthony(off my baby name list for life) had listened to exactly 1 need of mine: Word processing, before proceeding to push a $3,000 pro-gaming laptop towards me. I told him that's nothing to my liking, the cover looked like it had taken acid and was bleeding the rainbow. I told him flat out, I am taking this to work I won't be taken serious with this crap, do you have a regular black laptop with decent ram and a large hard-drive. I don't need any graphics higher than streaming 720p YT vids. Got anything fitting those needs without a ton of extra features I won't use? Apparently a $3,000 macbook. Told him I don't mess around with crapple products, most of the programs I will use are Windows necessitated. Oh here's yet another gaming laptop for... you guessed it, $3,000. He must be $2,999.99 off that sales goal and REALLY wants to hit it in 1. Told him he clearly didn't understand my needs so I would try somewhere else, at which time he practically blew a blood vessel glaring me down and uttering a few choice phrases about wasting his F@#% time and how broke and useless of a customer I was, that were already reported. Manager seemed to take my complaint serious, but you never know how that goes. I went to Wally-world and spent $500 on a laptop, another $300 on Microsoft products and a printer/scanner, and ended up buying a $1500 tv. Hope Anthony reads and weeps in the unemployment line. Would absolutely recommend to keep a 2-mile gap between Best Buy and literally anyone who wants anything.