I haven't used a LD player in a few years. Mine finally died, but I still haven't gotten rid of some of my prized laserdisc gems (Tex Avery box, val Lewton collection, etc). A friend of mine is getting rid of his lasers and will give me -for free- one of his two players. Knowing I already have acollection and am a film nut, he's letting me have first choice and will be giving his other player and remaining discs to his sister-in-law who could really care less. So- the two to choose from are the Sony MDP-600 and the Pioneer CLD-S201. I know neither of these are premium players, but therein lies the problem. The Sony has dual-sided play and would seem to be the no-brainer, but I remember back in the day that Sony wasn't really high;y regarded for their LD machines. I use to use a Pioneer myself and was always pretty happy with it. Any opinions on one or both of these players? I know we're not talking about classic players here, but I'd like the best picture/sound/build quality out of the two. As I don't see myself investing in another player, this is likely the machine my laserdisc collection will live with. Any opinions would be greatly appreciated. Thanks.