The selection at this store improved significantly after the expansion. However, the store still seems to be one of the more disjointed in terms of store layout. It just does not flow correctly. For instance, if you want to find toilets and vanities, and certain plumbing supplies you have to go to one section of the store. But if you want towel bars and other bath accessories, you have to go to another non-intuitive part of the store. The signage directing you to different places in the store is minimal. Finally, if you need to stop and get in and get out buying only an item or two, or if you have questions in any of their departments, this store is definitely not the place to go. After 4:30-5:00 pm the staffing appears to get paired back significantly. So you are pretty much on your own regarding questions and directions. And it's even worse when you try to check out. Typically, only one full service checkout lane is open, along with the self-service lanes. Unfortunately, many of the self-service registers are always closed, and many of the ones working do so only intermittently, or with caveats i.e. registers don't take cash, or registers don't take cash etc. If you are going to diminish the full service check out lines, at least make sure the self service lines work correctly and are reliable. None of that has ever been the case at Home Depot. Their registers seem to be junk hardware and software. In the end, I think Home Depot at it's core is a good company. I do feel however that they have gotten soft and are relying on past reputation and need to get an edge back along with a laser focus on the customer. For me, when I have to decide whether or not to stop for trash bags or some other item for the home on the way home from work. I think I am much more likely now to simply order from Amazon (even more than I already do) and let the items be delivered instead of having to endure a bad shopping experience or have my time wasted.