It seems odd to me that most stores have been going down to so few lanes. I remember the days where SuperTarget and Greatland and even regular Target stores had 26-32 checklanes. Granted that may be a little exessive for most of the year, you do need a minimum amount for holiday season and the company is becoming busier as years go on. I find it strange that stores have fewer lanes than ever now that locations are getting pfresh which drives more traffic. I've seen some of the remodel stores with as few as 10 or 12 checklanes and most new builds with only 14. I don't know if any of you have that few but I come from a Greatland where we went from 22 to 20, which is fine, but use every last one on Black Friday and use 75% during most Christmas season. I've been to a brand new pfresh with 14 stacked lanes on Black Friday last year and it was literally hell! The line for check out went all the way along HBA to grocery, wraped the corner all the way back to seasonal/sporting goods and it was managed terribly! Is any one else concerned about how every year Target feels less and less lanes are necessary? It would be nice if all new locations were build as SuperTarget with 20 full lanes and 4 seperate GS. I can't imagine what the locations with 10-12 will do this year, especially the ones with iGS combo now too.