Well, even though I am on vacation, this morning things are slow so I decided to give an update on the Las Vegas store and describe my experience. First, I must say that my experience fell somewhere between that of baggaholic and joanna. Pretty much they ignored everyone who entered the store. When I got in there, one SA was showing a lady a beautiful white kelly. It looked to be about a 32. Apparently she didn't want it because it then went into a glass case and was still there late last night. Anyway, I entered the store at the same time as a lady who was carrying a gorgeous fuschia kelly like the ones some of the PF ladies have. She seemed to have trouble getting help as much as I did. But in the meantime, I noticed that some of the SA's were giving my birkin a funny look. The look I give knockoff bags that I see of a certain designer (who shall remain nameless) who uses monogram canvas .My friend that I was with noticed it too. It was like they were trying to judge the authenticity of the bag. Quite funny. I gave them ample time to do this as I perused the shelves. Finally I had to track down a SA to help me. She seemed irritated at being asked to actually do her job. I was sorely disappointed with the selection. They had a few garden parties in brown, black, and rouge. The prices were much higher than the prices of the SAME bags in the Atlanta store. Turn off. They had a small selection of scarves and the twillys were almost nonexistent. They had about five. Or at least that is how many they had in the tray when they showed them to me. They had a bolide in blue jean that may have been done in togo. They had a brown evelyne. They had the white kelly I previously mentioned. They had a bolide that was vibrato and looked to be cyclamen perhaps. They had a beautiful fuschia croc wallet with an clasp in diamonds that was $12,000.00. She told me this as if to say that she figured I could not afford it. lol The selection of agendas was also pretty small. I saw some really nice towels and some nice bags called Cannes, good for days at the beach. Pf course there were no birkins on hand while I was in there. Then when I tried to buy my twilly, the SA said my card was declined in a snotty tone. I was pissed at this point because of her attitude and because I knew she wasn't entering the information correctly. Whern I told her she was doing it wrong she just insisted that she wasn't. I had to go get cash, using the SAME card that was declined. Turns out that it was just what I said after all...she didn't know what she was doing. On a good note, the cities for my birkin arrived from Atlanta. Phew. I was worried that they would forget to send it.