For as long as I can remember, for Thanksgiving I've either been a guest at my MIL's home (Butterball, usually way overcooked) or cooked the meal at my great-aunt's home, where I've had no choice about the bird (no turkey, only capon). This year I'm cooking at my home for the in-laws. I've only ever actually bought a turkey probably twice, many years ago. I'm fine with the cooking part of it. So tell me, where are you getting your turkey this year? Are you returning to a trusted source or trying something new? Are you getting a Butterball or the free turkey you can get when you accumulate grocery store "points"? Does your grocery store sell special turkeys? Or are you ordering from an online source? If you're going out and hunting your own bird, that won't help me any (unless you will ship one to me;). Tell me your turkey-buying secrets, please!