I was recently in London to buy some used equipment, a camera body from Grays, a lens from Aperture. In the past Jessops' New Oxford Street store would have been a favourite, I think the site is either a pub or restaurant now. When they stopped selling used in store I lost interest because they weren't competitive on price for new kit. I was pretty close to Jessops when visiting Aperture but didn't give a thought to dropping in there. I was tight for time anyway but I might have found a few minutes had they had used equipment. There is a large market for used photographic equipment at the moment and, as far as I can see, most retailers are keen to get their share of it. Jessops on the other hand, despite a sizeable high street presence, sell all their used stock on-line. I would have thought that having used equipment in store would have brought browsers in and possibly encouraged sales, if I buy a used camera I may well also buy a new memory card. No used cameras for sale, I'll not buy the card either.