OK, I need some help, what's a decent DVD player I should be aiming for? I narrowed my search down to the Toshiba 210 and Pioneer 444, both around £200. This was based on a discussion with a salesman. I can get them multi-region from Techtronics (www.techtronics.com) but the Tosh is less reliable for RCE because it has no manual override for region-setting. The way the Pioneer has been modified though, region-selection can be automatic or manual, so future RCE problems are fixed with the manual setting. Pioneer has 540 horizontal lines resolution. What's the res on the Tosh? So it looks like the Pioneer 444 is more favourable to me. What other DVD players should I be looking at, from other brands, in case I overlooked something important? Good picture and sound is important, otherwise it won't be doing my 33" TV and Denon 6.1 amp any justice. Onboard DD/DTS decoders aren't important because the amp has those anyway. I hope to buy my DVD player soon, so all advice is welcome. I used to have a Warfedale M5 which I bought on impulse, but gave that back to the shop for a full refund when it went faulty. Thanks, Sarmad.