Well, it seems that for the third time in about three years my DVD32R has let me down. Six months after buying it, it "crashed" at random intervals, sending a huge burst of statics through the speakers. After a repair job at IAG (about 5 months before I got it back) it was solved, but not for long. Same problem returned, another repair (this one a bit quicker), and it worked like a breeze for over a year. Now, however, a new and fascinating problem has popped up. After playing for a while (sometimes up to an hour, last time only two minutes), it switches itself off and won't come on again - sometimes clicking on and off in an instant, sometimes just remaining dead as a rock. When I then leave it off (not standby) for a few days/weeks it usually comes to life again, only to die again after the next few minutes of listening. When it is playing, the sound is still crisp as ever, and all connections (T2L, TagTronic) function as expected. The strangest thing so far was that during DVD playback the front display switched off, the lid opened itself, but it continued playing! I could see the disc spinning, could even see the red dot of where the laser hit the dvd, but it did play on. (Of course I switched it off as soon as possible.) I tried disconnecting the clock link and TagTronic cables, to see whether some faulty instructions were send through those that made it go haywire, but no luck. Before I send it to IAG (again, *sigh*), does anyone here have a similar experience, and/or any idea what the problem might be? Maybe some problem with the power supply (I can hear it clicking when it turns off, or when it's "struggling" to come to life again)? Any other ideas? If it were any other player, I feel like I would have parted with it a long time ago. However, I don't know any other DVD/CD transport of which I like the sound as much, nor, if I did, can I afford one at the moment.