That's pretty much it. The home depot near me used to have four self checkouts. If I was buying one or two things that scan and get detected easily, I'd go through them if anyone was in the regular line. But last week, I went in to get turpentine for brush cleaning and the kiosks had been changed to registers where the cashier is turned toward the kiosk or standing astride of it while they're checking out your order. It was confusing because there were no aisles - think of the change over as something similar to sliding one of those vinyl refurbishing kits over an old bath tub without making other necessary changes to a bathroom. I guess they found too much in terms of shoplifting or too many people double scanning items. This isn't the first place near me to give up on self checkout. The local grocery chain here did it years ago - tried to turn busy locations to 2/3rds self checkout all at once in some cases, and the last I was in one, it had zero self checkout.