Did anyone else catch the program on Radio 4 on Saturday? Wasn't really all that interesting to be honest except for one point that really perked up my ears. There was a guy from (I think) the Video Standards Council. He said that their position re classification / cuts were being completely undermined by people importing DVDs from abroad. He then went on (this is the interesting bit) to state that in his opinion Customs and Excise "policy" is to do nothing about this. Having received Band of Brothers from CD-WOW with it plastered all over the package that it's a DVD costing £50, I can see what he means. It appears that the government is taking a very liberal view on the personal importing of DVDs to the UK: The DTI don't care about multi region players, HMCE don't open DVDs to check on certification issues (I've never heard of anyone having had a package opened) and the treasury doesn't seem too bothered about collecting the VAT. If they made the above officially policy, I'd vote Labour without hestitation!!