Hi all! Just about to finally enter the world of recordable DVD to archive stuff from Sky+ and preserve some old VHS home movies. Was most interested in the Sony RDR-HX510 but I have a few questions before I take the plunge: 1. I've viewed the on-line manual for this machine and it seems to imply that you can't record to DVD+R DL discs (or indeed any DVD+ discs) in 16:9? Is this correct? Most stuff broadcast these days is in 16:9 so ideally I'd want to make discs that behave the same as retail discs in this respect. 2. I'm currently recording the BBC's Coast series. It will run for 12 1-hour episodes. How many discs (and of what type) will I need to record this in 16:9 and in quality as good as that coming off my Sky+ box? (BBC says there are no plans for a retail DVD of the series.) 3. What's the difference between the HX510 and the HX510S? 4. I'm going to get a multi-region model (just cos my retail DVDs are of varying regions). If I connect my existing Sony multi-region DVD player to the HX510, can I record retail discs? I believe my current DVD player has copy protection disabled. 5. Can anyone recommend a decent, reliable on-line store to buy a multi-region version of the HX510? I would normally buy from Amazon but they aren't offering it multi-region. There seem to be tons of others offering it but I'd rather go with someone who really knows what they're doing when it comes to modding machines. I used to use Techtronics but they seem to have vanished... Thanks guys, any help is appreciated!