What bothers me is that I am a busy guy that loves video games. So I only purchase games as I beat them and go on. I have a huge back catalogue of games I still want to play. If I can find the game "new" but reduced in price I buy that first since it is not a used game and they at least see a bit of money from the sale. Failing to find a game I want in the reduced bin (but new) I search hock shops to at least support my local businesses :P and then the faceless corporation of EB games is where I go for a last ditch effort. It is a very sticky situation indeed. I find the best solution for me would be to have every game available as a digital download. So that when I find time to play the game at least the right people will be getting my money. It is one heck of a pickle they have in the gaming industry. Granted, the movie industry has a used movies market as well....how do they handle things?