So I ask you, is it wrong to browse at a shop when you really know you're not going to buy anything? and what if someone offers to help you and you let them? I spend a lot of time "browsing". After all, I'm interested in clothing. But honestly 99% of the time I'm walking around a store looking at or trying on things that there's no way I'd likely buy. I'm no big timer, so usually its a matter of cash; I don't have it and what I'm looking at is way more then I'd spend even if I did. Maybe I'm scoping something out to come back to in the hopes it'll be on sale. Maybe I just want to feel like a big timer becuase I get the special treatment. Is that wrong? and what if a SA goes out of their way to try and help me and I let them show me things, spend time chatting with them, try on a suit and talk about what I like/not, etc.. like case in point, I walk into a local high end retail shop and in the Tom Ford boutique casually inquire if they have my size in stock, since "I'm curious to see the fit". I mean, I am. But it's extremely unlikely I'd ever buy it from them there at full price, maybe I'd never even buy a Ford suit ever, anywhere, so it's sort of pointless. I'm just doing it to build a knowledge base out of interest. You ever do the same thing?