After reading a bunch of other threads, and then finally looking at where the physical RazerStores are located — I didn't realize that the U.S. only has one store —I'm left wondering how the company goes about deciding where to put a physical storefront. I'm sure that the first requirement would be a location where a lot of people use Razer products, and where the demand for such products are continual (possibly growing). Having an extremely dense population helps, as the more people in an area, the faster the word of mouth, which would help create more demand. The pinnacle of this would be dense populations where there are many gamers, hence the Asian locations (I'm allowed to say this - I'm Asian). What other considerations are looked at when deciding possible physical locations for RazerStores? Here in Australia, we're all hoping for an actual place where we can go and see all of the awesome products laid out as they are in the other locations, and where we can have some really cool Razer events, but seeing as there are a lot of things working against us in the overall gaming arena (read: slow internet in general; extremely high prices for high-enough speed internet; having to pay jacked up prices on most digital and technological goods; etc.), I don't see us getting a store for quite a while, if ever. I'm asking because I'm sure that if we, as the Australian Razer community, knew what it would really take to get a RazerStore here (I'm guessing it would be in Sydney, if anywhere), we would do anything and everything possible to make it happen ... wouldn't we, Australia? I'm hoping that some of the well-known members, moderators, or even Razer staff (I have no idea if I just mentioned the same people three times) can chime in and give us some insight as to how we can make it happen, or at least give the folks at Razer (do you read these, Mr. Min-Liang Tan?) a real idea of just how much we could help make an Australian RazerStore worth opening.