Apparently, the nose dive at Best Buy is accelerating. Watching retail just as a consumer over the last few decades, it seems that whenever a retailer starts going down the drain, they never recover. Calls are made for more visionary management to reposition the company, but I can't remember any such effort ever working. The slide may be fast - Circuit City, CompUSA, Borders - or slow - Sears, A&P - but the nose dive never seems to reverse. The only retailer I can possibly remember really executing a fairly large shift was maybe Gap from just being a Levi's outlet to whatever it is today. And maybe Radio Shack, which is sort of this zombie you think has been outdated for like three decades but keeps hanging on.