Some strategic purchasing of parts has happened today, after much searching and new radiators ranging from £100-250 I was able to secure what I think is a reasonably good deal. For a Nissens/Koyo rad from Euro Car parts, and a new thermostat I was quoted £185 after using their online discount, naturally after ECR I always try Carparts4less as they have exactly the same parts and often come in cheaper. Their "Winter12" -12% discount took me to £168 and then a bit more googling for voucher codes landed their "Sale15" getting 15% off landing at £162. I then ordered this through a fovorite of mine Topcashback which get's me 3.15% cash back or roughly £5... total cost for both £157 before a small fee for shipping. For those who've not used topcashback before, I highly recommend it. Last year alone, on purchases I would have made anyway, I got £25 cash back into my bank account for doing nothing other than ordering it via the Topcashback app instead of going directly to the retailers website. As a plus, you can trade your cashback for enhanced offers and increase the value... So looking forward to next Sunday where I plan to spend most of the day in the garage, I'll be picking up some new O-rings for the A/C condenser and intercooler pipes as the current ones are looking a bit flat. I want to go for a remap once everything is done, and boost increase so anywhere I can avoid boost leaks the better. If anyone could recommend coolant, it would be really helpful as I understand we should be using MB approved / certified stuff.