I'd like to upgrade the stock factory entertainment stuff in my S reg Peugeot 206 GLX. It's a Blaupunkt "something-or-other" head unit (with tape deck) and a Clarion CD changer. The thing is though... 1. I don't want a Bling Bling Chav style flashing LED head unit . Plain simple and understated would do me fine, and preferrably something that blends with the dash the same way the factory unit does. 2. I'm not interested in big bass subs in the boot. I just want nice quality without thumping bass down the street to impress my mates (I'm not under 25 and I don't have neon washer jets ). The speakers in the 206 seem reasonable (6 speaker job though 2 are tweaters I think), so not sure if they need replacing, but if so I'd be interested in recommendations. 3. I want to be able to play MP3s somehow (be it through recordable/rewritable CD, or some other means, e.g. memory cards or hard disc, though plenty of storage space would be my preference). Don't want a thing that uses an FM channel to connect to my existing head unit or worse a thing that plugs into the tape deck:gag: 4. I want DAB. 5. I don't mind replacing the changer if need be. The tape deck can go. Tapes are dead. 6. I want the head-up display to still work, telling me the radio station and stuff about the CD (better still if it said the MP3 tracks). 7. I want the steering controls to still work. P.S. The best thing I've seen is this... PhatBox Digital Media Player, but it's american and doesn't fit Peugeots. Nice idea though as it just replaces the CD changer and you can use the existing head unit and controls. Any ideas/tips? Has anyone upgraded their 206 kit? Recommended experts to do it would be handy too (in the Surrey area), but I don't want to walk into a shop and end up with them Chaving up my car. I've absolutely no idea about doing this stuff myself. I understand there are all kinds of adapters and leads, but I know nothing beyond that.