Hi all, I've been using a HCPC since I bought my CRT projector (about 3 years) with great results but because of the pain a HCPC can be and the fact that my wife could never really get on with it I have now gone back to using a DVD player along with an Iscan Ultra. I was initially dreading going back to a DVD player because the picture quality from my HCPC was pretty special, but I can honestly say hand on heart that the small step down in picture quality is greatly outweighed with the joy that is "just slapping a disc in and hitting play". Anyway I'm rambling here, the main crux of my question is this. To just get me up and running in the DVD player stakes again I went a bought a cheap and cheerful Toshiba SD330, which I must admit gave an excellent picture connected via component out to the Iscan. Unfortunately after a grand total of 4 weeks the Tosh has given up the ghost and died on me. I have since had my money back for the Tosh as the supplier didn't have any more in so I am now in need of a new DVD player. The build quality of the Tosh was lacking to say the least, very flimsy and with the slowest menu access I think I've ever seen. This player is built to a price point I guess and in the areas that count picture/sound, especially picture, it's pretty hard to fault. As the Tosh was only a stop gap anyway I'm now looking at DVD players between £300-£400. Any make or model really, no brand loyalty here I don't really listen to CD's in my cinema room so that isn't a requirement. Just as good a picture and sound for movies as I can get. Second hand/demo equipment is also a possibility so give me your thoughts on that side of things too.