Lintone Audio have done many TAG owners a favour by putting out TAG kit at great prices but what do you make of the following: They sold a 2 year old DVD32FLR on eBay to a single bidder at their starting price of £700. I called to see if they had others. Mark said they were getting another 2 year old one in the following week. I called back and he told me that it would be £1200. When I pointed out that I could buy a new one for that he simply said I know. When I asked why anyone would pay that price in the circumstances, he said it was up to me. A few days later, Lintone post their latest 2 year old one on eBay, again at £799. This time, despite 160 viewings, it got no takers. I called him to ask about buying it and he insisted that he wanted £1000 but might take £950. I explained that by the time hes paid eBay, hed have got only 750 in his pocket, out of the 799 he was offering it for and asked him why the sudden price hike . He rejected my offer to buy on the grounds that That was yesterday. To me, this sounds a little irrational and I was a bit rattled not to have been able to buy it (never did like shop assistants with attitude problems) but upon reflection I pleased to have seen it. The last time I encountered something like this, I found out later the guy was under acute business pressure and in fact went out of business in less than 6 months. Im not saying that this will happen to Lintone Audio but you have to wonder about the integrity of a business where someone with Marks approach to business can prosper. If he is giving a 6 month shop warranty, it will have less value if the shop goes out of business. For those who intend to buy from them, it might be prudent to find out about warranties and protection of deposits.