SAL small packet only goes to 2kg. If you're over that there is only parcel. That's a good bit more expensive.
Perfect. That's probably it. Would be nice if they listed the weights of items in the cart/checkout but I guess I'll go check the weights of everything and keep that in mind in future. Thanks.SAL small packet only goes to 2kg. If you're over that there is only parcel. That's a good bit more expensive.
Do you not have PayPal? I’ve only used PayPal on Mandarake. Sites can seem to tell the difference between cards through the long number. I’ve seen it as I’ve typed in my card number and the signs for the different cards the site takes grey out.Oh for crying out loud, now they won't accept debit cards at the checkout? Will they even know the difference if I have a Visa debit.
I'd say my Funi LE is a couple of mm taller, kinda hard to tell as I had to reglue the top of my Funi LE and both my sets are a little squint (well, the Funi LE is more than a little squint tbh). How much of an issue that would be for getting them in the box, I dunno.Does somebody have both the Code Geass Funimation LE as well as the AL Movie Part 1 and could tell me, if they have the same height?
(i.e. would like to know if it would fit into the storage box that would come with the third movie and if I could frankenstein my Funi LE + steelbook into it.)
The UK Blu-ray release uses the US Funimation master compared to the Australian release. No problems with subs.Hi
I heard that the earlier printings of the Australian Serial Experiments Lain blu-ray had subtitles out of synch.
Are the subtitles in synch in the UK blu-ray release?
They are really good for non 4k shows, only certain content is in 4k for streaming services, you'll usually see something on the title of something on netflix with "ultra HD 4k" which, if you've got good internet, will automatically stream 4k.Totally not anime this one but quick question. I was looking at getting a new TV and fobbing the current one off on my sister (cos I'm nice), but its not easy now to find a new TV that isn't 4K. So if your TV is 4K, do any streaming services automatically switch to 4K and stream a massive download instead of a regular one? BBC were talking about doing it at one point and so were Netflix. And do they seem okay with non-4K shows?