Almost exactly a year ago, I bought Gone In 60 Secs whilst in New York. I watched it early this year and then it was filed in my collection. Last week a friend borrowed it, but complained that it gave a 'parental control' error on his Matsui DVD player. I immedatly assumed that it was a bug on the Matsui, but when I got it back, I found that I could't play it on my Pioneer 545 either. On both machines, it plays a short 'Touchstone' logo and then locks up. I then tried the disk on my old Samsung 709 and it won't even mount... Finally, I tried it on my PC DVD drive and it can't read it at all. Looking at the disk, shows so stains ,which look a little like water marks inside the disk. The disk is clearly faulty, but I don't know how this could happen when it worked OK once. Does anyone know if there is a way to get R1 disks exchanged? I guess that even if I contacted the distributer in the US, they won't help as it was never destined for the UK. Does anyone know how this could have happened and what I can do. I am worried that if its happened on this one disk.. It could happen on any of them.. I don't know about you, but I buy my DVDs because I assumed that they would last forever (well almost).