I know this is an odd request but bear with me! I am a final year student studying a multimedia arts degree, and have created a video project where by I need to play the final result across 6 television screens. Each television has a separate DVD ready to go, therefore logic would say, that if I purchase 6 same brand, same model DVD players one remote would be able to trigger them all in synchronised playback. I figure that this will work if: - All the DVD players are the same brand and model - The DVD-R I burn has a sync screen where by the disc has time to spin up and reach a title screen and I press enter to start the presentation. The presentation runs for about 10 minutes, and it isnt critical if a couple of frames get dropped; although it is timed to music. I plan to return the videos to a black menu after 10 mins, where by my remote will automatically play the presentation again (Ive made a little robot out of Lego that presses a remote button every 10 mins) Has anybody every put multiple identical models of DVD player side by side and compared them? Maybe in a store? Or tried to sync them? I am aware of the Pioneer sync-able pro DVD players but I can buy 3 DVD players for the cost of hiring one of these units for a day!! Im looking at buying cheap, basic DVD players (like a Conia / Samsung / Digitrex) I cant see why any of this wouldnt work but just in case someone out there knows DVD players drift, I thought Id ask. Any pointers would be appreciated or if any body has tried this, please let me know! ps. Each DVD does have a different video clip on it otherwise I'd simply use a distrib box! I have tried using one of those TV wall processing units to split up one image across 6 TV's, but the quality was horrible. But thanks to my local movie theatre all the same for letting me try!