Every time I pass a RadioShack, I'm not quite sure how they're still in business, but I guess they're just trying new things to stay afloat. Stuff like expanding their online electronics trade-in program to 4,400 company-owned stores across the country. Basically, trade in your old electronic crap to get credit you can use to buy new electronic crap. Eligible devices must be able to power on and will include MP3 players, wireless phones, digital cameras and gaming systems. No idea if you can get more for your PS2 at RadioShack as opposed to GameStop, but I'd suppose it's at least comparable. I mean, what would GameStop give you for a PS2 anyway, ten bucks? Tops? Although The Shack does sell a smattering of videogames, they're not entering the used game market yet. Just systems. Has anyone ever bought a game at RadioShack? They only ever have like, five, it seems. Oh well, if you trade in a system, let us know how much you get for it!