Conmen..Stay away from this shop on The Avenue Of The Americas. We only went in for a memory stick for our camcorder. Half an hour later we were getting the hard sell on a $1400 TV projector, with the offer of dodgy receipts so we wouldn't attract any taxes on our return home. If you go on their website you'll see plenty of tourists who have posted about being ripped off to the tune of hundreds of dollars. The only good posts are from anon posters, which are obviously the owners. In fact it's not possible to write a review on there anymore, they obviously don't want anymore bad press.Michael, who latched on to us as we were looking in the window on the street was a smooth talker, claiming to have been born in the same country as us, but conveniently couldn't tell us anything about it because he moved to the US when he was young. A classic con trick to make you feel like you've got something in common. His mood changed when he knew we weren't falling for his banter. On the other phone, a dodgy looking geezer was shouting to another disgruntled punter that he wasn't going to get his money back. We couldn't wait to get out. If we can give you just one piece of advice it would be to check their website and read the reviews. Avoid at all costs, they'll ruin your holiday.