I love low-end tech. I love the idea that for 1/10th the price you can get 9/10s of the performance. Coby had a large booth filled with goodies, including a 3" media player (think iTouch), 8GB for a likely price of $100. They also showed a prototype netbook that I'd buy if it were under $300, and that's a possible price. RCA were represented by multiple manufacturers... as it seems that they've licensed the name all over the world. They have a 720p solid-state camcorder that is expected to hit this spring, price to be determined. It looks great! Crosley were there again this year with a largely holdover mix of retro phones and record players (ask your parents what a record player is), but did not generate a lot of interest. Curtis/Sylvania showed a wide variety of DVD players for the very low end, some fairly attractive TVs in sizes up to 40" and also, a prototype Blu-ray player. A company like that could really do a player for under $100, and that would in my opinion put a stop to DVD player sales for good.