Beware of Richer Sounds and the Limit Players, at least in Stoke on Trent. A mate of mine was convinced into buying a Limit when he couldn't get hold of the Toshiba SD210E. He was told the multiregion Limit JDV388 (Limit's flagship apparently) could do everything he wanted it to. However it didn't play R1 titles well, and there was no RGB output as he was told there was. He even rang the store to say there was no RGB output and they lied through their teeth and told him that because it was connected by Scart, it automatically switched to RGB, even when the player said composite video. He then called Richer's technical support who said it did not have RGB output at all, but he didn't really need RGB because apparently it doesn't make much difference, and urged him to keep the Limit. My mate was having none of this and we took it back to the store. Again we were told that RGB wasn't much better than composite. Anyway we persisted and my mate swapped it for the Aiwa XDDV370, which does have RGB and is a much better player all round. So in conclusion Limit players suck and it seems Richer Sounds will pull anything to get rid of them.