I have used deepdiscountdvd.com and have come to trust them. I've had a few bad experiences with used DVDs and now only buy them if I can look at them first. (You'd be AMAZED at what some people consider "good condition" to be)
Too bad the local rental stores that sell used DVDs don't carry Superbit titles.
With regard to used DVDs on half.com, I always go with the "like new" category, which is just one notch below "brand new" which means in original seal. I never purchase anything from below "like new" category, no matter how cheap the item might be.
I put together half of my anime collection from half.com, used, only had problems about 2 or 3 times, and they were all resolved with the seller.
Be careful on half.com though some people don't always know the difference between regular and superbit and might list it in the wrong catogory so sometimes its hard to tell if you are getting superbit for sure.
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