I still have three of my four LD players. One I sold off to a friend who wanted it as a spare--it was one of the mid-level players. The Sony was always a piece of crap, and I wonder why I don't just send it to a landfill. But otherwise, I still have two. One is an antique--an LD-660 "DiscoVision" (whose favorite disc was "Saturday Night Fever" for some strange reason), a top-loader which only managed CX noise reduction, no remote, and no chapter stops. It dates back to the early to mid 80s. The other is a DVL-700 combo player, which I bought as a store demo and it was quite the workhorse. It had issues with DVDs, but played LDs perfectly. I haven't used it in over a dozen years. I still have some unobtainium discs, but most were replaced by DVD or BluRay by now. Some of the early LDs look like crap, as they were prior to proper restoration--washed-out colors, terrible contrast, sometimes from film that wasn't in the best shape to begin with. Can't even give those away.