Don't get to excited (yet), but here some comments - can't spare you the intro though: 1. I do condem the manufacturing, distribution and sale of pirated goods. 2. I do not encourage to buy pirated goods. Not because I feel sorry for the industry for loosing money (or rather not earning more) but because of quality concerns; and that this is partially justified you will see below ... 3. Therefore the post below is for information sharing purposes only. Okay, so here it goes: while I was on my deserved holiday in good ol' Germany my friend asked me to get hold of some Star Wars DVDs, namely Part 1-3 or Episode 4-6 or whatever you want to call it. So while shopping last night I came across a stall selling those at MYR13 (=GBP2.33) each, I felt so ashamed and didn't even try to bargain. Anyhow, sales lady claimed good quality and 5.1 surround sound though it looked **** on her "Dragon" DVD Player and 14" TV but since they weren't for me I purchased them anyhow. Tried it out at home and yep, there it was, the Dolby Digital Intro in all it's 5.1 glory including LFE. Menu was static and silent (pretty simple actually) and available subtitles were in English, Malay or Chinese. LD copy or what? Started the movie, got the THX intro and must say the picture was good. Not perfect, but perfectly ok. However the chapter skip did not work, the DVD would instead advance to the next track(s) containing the extras, hence FF is to be used. However chapter selection is available from the main menu. The 5.1 experience was pretty disappointing, though the rear speakers made some noise there weren't those steering effects ala The 5th Element. Perhaps just a remixed DPL track was used!? Anyhow, couldn't find any major flaw while rushing through all 3 discs though the last one (Episode 6) showed lot's of pixelation in dark scenes, but what to expect at the price? Now they are on the mail and on the way to one happy bunny in Germany ... given that customs will not "intercept" them.