Anyone else wish more dealers would just sell stuff vs the art dealer like storytelling sessions? Over the years I have encountered more often than not, audio stores that pounce on people are tell them pointless stories vs just letting the gear do the talking. I mean, I dont need name dropping and a story about some guy that just bought cable and came running back to the store saying "what did you do? Its like a blanket was lifted" etc etc. Or anecdotes about Germany spoke in fake german accent when the product is German, 20 minutes about their trip to Florence when the gear is Italian etc. There's been several times I've gone to look at something specific only to be talked at until I'm tired and leave. Seems to be a "high end" audio salesman phenomenon as the only other times I've run into it is art dealers. Times have changed and I just don't see this approach helping sales. Or maybe I'm wrong and it works on the folksy type.