I was just browsing three online toy stores looking for a few figures. I don't even bother with big box offerings because their search engines are dumber than a box of rocks. So first I hit Hasbro Toy Shop. Site lags like crazy, always has since they went to their Windows 8 theme. So I search "Marvel Legends" and it brings back over 376 listings. Holy cow, I'll filter them and...what, only 36 are actually under the Marvel Legends brand. You know, the exact term that I searched for. Worse yet, the rest of the filters are useless. 20 age ranges. Prices that don't help if something is on sale. And, surprise, no in stock flag. That's important as every listing only shows "add to cart" even if it's been out of stock for months. Because it's so much fun to click through every item in a list to find something that's actually available. So then I hit Toys R Us, another sluggish Windows 8 disaster. I search the same term and get fewer results. Only, they can't quite manage to make all of the boxes the same size, so you get 3-7 in various Tetris shapes, then an ad for junk, then more misaligned boxes. Scrolling is slow and jerky and of course it locks up every 10 or so items because God forbid we see more than 10 results at a time. Finally, I hit BBTS. At this point, I was in no mood to actually buy anything. So I thought I'd look up to see what case of garbage I have to buy to get MCU Scarlet Witch. But you can't type a character name because their search engine is so stupid that all it searches are titles. And even more stupid, you have to type the exact words used, so "Marvel Legend" doesn't find "Marvel Legends." I mean, come on, I'm not asking for autocorrect, just basic pattern matching! What the hell do their IT people do all day and why do they tolerate such incompetence?