Hi, Having read many of the other people's comments regarding the quality (or lack of) service with Play247.com, I would like to add this into the melting pot, for others to devour: Firstly, I have never placed an order via this company, so can offer no judgement on the quality of the service, or lack of it. However, having looked at their site, and tried searching for various R1 DVD's, I have to admit to being disappointed! Why? Well, the "Leon/Professional: International Version" DVD was out of stock! The search-engine couldn't locate Lucio Fulci's horror-epic "The Beyond" in any version, when it comes out on 26th Septemeber; nor could it locate a Japanese anime called "Kite", nor could it locate "Storm Of The Century" - the Stephen King min-series on DVD. Having already got these discs in my own R1 collection, I know that they exist, so when a company claims they don't (for whatever reason), I don't think that highly of them As for their prices, from what I have seen, only a small percentage of the discs save you a substantial amount. "Toy Story 1 and 2 double-disc set" at £17-99 and the "Hellraiser/Hellbound" set as well, seem too good to be true. I have pre-ordered the "Hellraiser" set from my supplier at a cost of £33-07. Yes, it is a lot of money, but I can not see how Play247 can send you this disc at nearly 50% less, and still make a profit. Discounts are one thing, but these seems ludicrous. I will be very interested to learn of what actually happens to anyone who has ordered the "Hellraiser" set, and when they get it through their front-doors, find out what they have been charged. I'm also curious to know if the set they are advertising at £17-99 is the Limited Edition twin-disc set, in a Metal Tin, or a different edition of this film set. The price seems to lead me to think it is NOT this version that they will be sending out! Sorry to be such a pessimist, but their prices literally seem too far fetched. As for my supplier, I use "DC-DVD". Their site is simple, and none-too-fussy, but gives plenty of detail on most R1 discs. Their site is at: www.dc-dvd.co.uk Their prices are by no means the cheapest, nor is their service the fastest, but it is reliable and gives quality. Out of every single disc I have ordered from them, (which is about 40 DVD's so far), I have only ever had to return one. (The DVD case was sealed with the shrink wrap, and the security barcode label on the top, but contained no DVD.) Anyway, all of this is simply an opinion. Feel free to disagree. Pooch.