Today I went into my LBS to enquire about a box to send my eBay auction wheels off in when they end tomorrow. As I left the shop, I spied a shiny pair of Mavic Kyserium SL's in the window, they had a label on saying pair Mavic Aksiums £149. I thought I was seeing things, so I went back into the shop to establish whether (a) It was a joke ( Christmas had come again (c) The shop owner had let go of his senses I asked the assistant if the 'offer' in the window was right, he replied that as far as he knew it was, the owner had said they had two sets to sell and they had to go. I thought for a second, do I buy these and scarper pronto and risk eternal damnation, being ostrisized by the cycling community locally, banishment from my club, never being allowed back into the shop ever again. Or do I draw the assistants attention to the fact that he has made a big mistake. Well I went with the latter. At this point the shop owner returned, I pointed to the wheels in the window and asked if I could buy them, at which point he whipped the price tag off and thanked me for drawing his attention to the assistants error. I have to say, had I been in a strange town and been in a similar position, I wouldn't have done it the same way. What about you?