Summary: I was hoping to use it with my business so that when filmed, people could watch their SD card on the dvd player. It did not accept the format I record in. It may be great for other people but not for me
Summary: I've had two of these, now... gave the first to my daughter when she went of to college and I now have the second one which I use all the time. Good points: 1- Obviously, I love being able to dock my iPod with this.
Summary: I knew someone who had a fully-functioning version of this product and it seemed great and innovative, something that everyone should have... Then I bought my own. It's an A+ concept and design, but D for delivery.
Summary: What I needed was a DVD player that played a lot more than DVDs: this is primarily for the car to keep my 1 (now 2) year old son happy on trips. DVDs were getting scratched and would frequently skip/stop with bumps.
Summary: I first purchased this portable player about 2 years ago. I absolutely love this player. I first purchased this to take it on the road with me, and it sat mostly un-used for a long time. Then as I discovered the Divx support, and has since become one of my favorite players, even at home.
Summary: While the iPod integration (if you have an older iPod) is really nice, the unit itself has a very grainy, low-resolution screen and the build quality is very poor. Ours is literally falling apart (at the swivel hinge) and started doing so pretty early on in its life.
Summary: Since this isn't in the documentation, I thought I'd pass it along here: 1. Stop the DVD (or iPod video), if one is playing. 2. Press "Setup" on the remote. 3. Highlight "TV Display" and press "OK". 4. Highlight "16:9" and press "OK". 5. Press "Setup" to exit the menu.