In this modern world, full of instant information, huge selection, and Amazon.com pricing, why visit an actual store? Several reasons.
First, the people. These people are passionate about brewing and passionate about helping you brew. They are a great resource for practical questions on ingredients and, in this specific case, equipment. They probably have used most of what is in their store and can speak to it first hand. You get much better service than online retailers (which usually provide no customer service unless something doesn't work the way it should) because there are actual people with whom to talk and ask questions.
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So, visit your local homebrew store. They will help, I'm sure of it.
And if you are curious, my local homebrew store is Weak Knee Homebrew Supply in Pottstown, PA. I am borrowing all of their images, so, hope they don't mind. They do an excellent job and it is fun visiting. If you are ever in the area, check them out, have a few samples, talk with Dave or Bill, and buy something.