Hello to all my home theater hobbiests. I have noticed how most of us come to the forum seeking help with finding the cheapiest prices for our home theater products. Hopefully this guide to shopping the net will help out. The first step to finding the best price is to find a good search engine. I am using cnet to find the product information, and Yahoos' shopping search engine to get the best price. I know you are wondering why not just use CNET for that. It's simple, CNET doesn't give you the cheapest price. I have found a price difference of more then three hundred dollars in some cases. Now for the test I will use the Panasonic RP-91N progressive scan dvd player. I am using it because it has a CNET rating of 9 out of a possibility of 10. I will post the review after I finish the research for prices. On CNET the Prices are listed as cheap as $428.00 with a high of $700.00. Yahoo has the price of the RP-91N listed as low as $417.00 with a high of $699.00 Now I am using the Sony DVP-S9000ES as a example. On CNET it has a low of 1110.00 with a high of $1500.00 On Yahoo it has a low of $925.00 with a high of $1400.00 tha is a difference of a few hundred dollars. One other thing before I finish this guide. The Sony DVP-NS900V is listed at 899.00 just a few dollars cheaper then the DVP-S9000ES. Now to show you how to explain how to use Yahoos' search engine. Please be sure to go to the shopping search. It really narrows down the stores that are certified. Make sure you type in the name of the product you are looking for. If possible go and get the Yahoo plug in intergrated into your web broswer. It makes it a much faster process. There is your guide folks. I pray that it was helpful to you.