So I've had my Sony DVP-S300 for a while (since December '98), and I've been mostly very happy with it. However, as of about fifteen minutes ago, for reasons I don't understand, the disc tray won't go in all the way to the player. It just sits there and churns after getting half way in, then spits it back up. I opened up the player to see if it was something I could mess with, and a quick look pretty much convinced me that I'd either electrocute myself or ruin the player permanently before fixing it. So: I can take this to get repaired. I have no idea how much that would cost. (I'm confident it's not in warranty, and it was a gift from a mom and pop store in Michigan - I'm in Oregon - so I'd just be going someplace blindly for repairs.) Or: I can get a new player, and address some of the things that this one doesn't have - multi-region, MP3, DTS, and progressive scan, roughly in that order of priority. (A couple discs have some NASTY layer changes in the DVP-S300, and I'm hoping that a progressive scan player would fix that. Feel free to disabuse me. I've been happy with the image quality otherwise - I'm watching on a 27" TV, so it's not like I need to go super high end there. One more variable: I'm buying a house, and don't want to put a lot of cash out of pocket for a new player. And if I do get a new DVD player, I definitely want multi-region and MP3 capacity at a minimum, as well as a player with a good service record. Thoughts?