I was there yesterday to buy some fish, The experience was overall decent, They do have a huge collection of both freshwater and saltwater fish.. and tons of equipment (tanks, lights, stands, tubing, food, co2 stuff).. I also saw the new LED edge in stock there. I also saw a pretty good collection of plants, Unless you are getting something rare.. you should be able to find it here.
They also sold a small portion of live food for $1 which wasnt bad. They do also sell co2 canisters.. a 5 pound canister is $149 .. which is expensive. A tank swap is $22.
The fish is not expensive but the equipment is.. i believe this is true for most LFS.
I do agree with most posters with the lack of staff.. I spent 20 mins roaming the isles to find someone... there were at most 3-4 people manning the isles which is insufficient for such a large store.
The lady behind the counter wasn't rude.. but she wasn't super nice either... but she did acknowledge me etc.. I asked them if the co2 canisters they sell have a CGA 320 port.. they didn't know that.. but they were helpful enough to open up a Miluwakee Regulator from the shelves and show me the connector. They said I could return the canister for unto a week for a refund or an instore credit after that.
I didn't interact with the staff a whole lot.. I told them what I wanted they bagged it up. Although they did tell me that the pea puffers only take frozen bloodworm.
I would go back here again... if I can't find something I need at Uncle Neds.