Quote: "The kiosks would also have the drawback in that consumers would have to wait for at least 5 to 10 minutes for the kiosk to download the movie and burn it to disc, which is quite a different experience from picking up a disc, dropping it into the cart and walking over to the aisle." End Quote Simple answer, Wally World has a 1 hour photo lab in just about every store, right? Why could this not be an automated version of that, but for DVD movies? I don't see anything wrong with this, especially since many of the Wally Worlds are only being built in super sized to carry groceries and such. Go to the DVD kiosk, pick out the movie you want, do what needs to be done to burn it, go shopping, go back an hour later and pick up the burnt DVD and pay for it with the rest of the products. As far as disc labelling, with labelflash and inkjet printable media, the machine can take care of that by itself. It may even be to their advantage to offer different standard DVD labels to print or allow you to design your own at the kiosk. I just don't see a problem with this, other than hopefully this is not some waste of $$ for consumers because the discs only last six months or a year. Especially thinking as a dad, I think this is a great way to share cartoons that I grew up with, with my kids without having to go on a long and often times fruitless search for them. And if they're cheap enough (i.e. like the DVD's in WW's famous $5.50 DVD bins), this would be a great way to get movies and cartoons for the car DVD player so that you don't have to worry about the originals (I don't have a DVD RW drive and I know lots of people who don't, this could be an alternative for us).