I enjoy going there for the few odds and ends. The groceries are a tad on the expensive side compared to HEB and Walmart but then it's not a full service grocery store. They don't carry any meat and you just get your basics--milk, bread, cereal, spaghetti noodles, etc. It's convenient when you don't want to deal with a big supermarket. Their beer and wine section is decent enough and carries one or two gourmet items like real champagne at $50 something a bottle. The entertainment/electronics department is pretty good and has a decent selection. Customer service is friendly and the store looks nice. You can also grab a cup of Starbucks coffee on your way in from the in-store site and there's also a little place that serves snacks like pizza and nachos, I believe.