Every Xmas I produce a 'DVD Xmas List' and give a copy to family & friends and leave it to them to sort out who gets me what. For the past two years this has run very smoothly with no 'wrong' or duplicate DVDs purchased. This year I even included pictures of the covers on the list to aid my 'non-DVD' family in their quest. And also for the first Xmas ever, they all have mobile phones and e-mail. How could anything possibly go wrong?? Well it did....Sister messed up and I have now been informed that there is one wrong purchase and two duplicates !!!!!! It's the dupliacte purchase that is the problem, the 'wrong' one is a barebones as opposed to a Special Edition Anyway, to the point.... Woolworths (and probably most other shops) won't exchange DVDs unless faulty, which is where one of the DVDs was bought. Do I have any rights at all or am I stuck with two of the same DVD. Don't know what it is yet...not until Crimbo Day. Has anyone had any similar problems like this as I've never had to return a non-faulty DVD before? I know it's probably the one of the oldest excuses in the book...'Duplicate Presents', but this is genuine.