@Kental2:I don't have much hope of anything, as govt inquiries into pricing never seem to result in anything, but I guess that if they are suggesting some sort of collusion (even if it is only by tacit agreement) to charge Australian users more for all three product ranges (note, these three are only first off the rank) and effectively remove the option of competition driving prices down, then our local Trade Practices Act certainly has the teeth to deal with that. But the question is whether or not the authorities empowered with it, have the bottle to apply it. In the past, they have been reluctant to use the powers they have, even when blatant violations of it seem obvious, and one can only wonder why that is.