Hi, I'm about to replace my Panasonic NV-VHD1B-S MR multiregion DVD/VCR combi - I was going to get a Toshiba SD24-VB (multiregion) which I know is a step sideways, but I wanted it for the 1.5x zoom function the Tosh offered. Anyway, as usual, I see something bigger and better - the Toshiba RD-XS32 in this case. It probably does more than what I'd need, in which case the Panasonic DMRE55EBS also comes recommended, but to use the timeslip function with that do you have to record to a DVD, or does it have a HD like the RD-XS32? I'd prefer not to have to use a DVD each time. I've had read through the (very long!) review thread for the RD-XS32, but some of that is going back quite a while now, people were price matching a multiregion version with Richer Sounds but I can't tell if Richer even do it anymore from the website unless it's showroom only (I am near the Leeds branch so can go and check)? Also people were mentioning the multiregion version being available at Unbeatable - it doesn't say multiregion any more, so does that mean it's not for definite? Here's what I've found so far, I'd appreciate any advice on where I'll get the best deal for a multiregion version: www.leconcepts.com £399.99 multiregion www.rgbdirect.co.uk £367.49 multiregion www.qed-uk.com £368.99 (non multi?) www.empiredirect.co.uk £364.96 (non multi?) www.unbeatable.co.uk £369.99 (non multi?) So obviously the rgbdirect seems like the most fitting deal, but does anyone know if Richer still do it? I'd rather go there and price match than have something shipped through the post - if there's anything wrong it'd be far easier to sort out with Richer. cheers, Ste.