It's not often that three big players hop in bed together and invite us to watch. So we wasted no time this afternoon at the Sansa Rhapsody music orgy, where SanDisk showed some slow tender lovin' to their new bedside partners Best Buy and Real Rhapsody.

The hour-long menage a trois led to the birth of four new Sansa players. There's the 2GB e250R ($139), the 4GB e260R ($179), the 6GB e270R ($219), and the hulk-size 8GB e280R ($249). All four feature a 1.8-inch TFT color screen, can be expanded by popping in a microSD card and come pre-loaded with hours of music you didn't know you wanted. They also include an FM tuner, voice recording, and have a removable 20-hour battery (though you have to unscrew 4 screws to get inside the battery compartment).

The player is meant to compliment the Best Buy Digital Music Store with Rhapsody 4.0 ($14.99/month with $0.89-cent downloads, or free-for-all $0.99-cent downloads). We compared it to our second gen 4GB iPod Nano. R-rated hands-on pics after the jump.

SanDisk Sansa e200 Series MP3 Players [Product Page]

First Grope: SanDisk, Best Buy, Rhapsody Threesome

First Grope: SanDisk, Best Buy, Rhapsody Threesome

First Grope: SanDisk, Best Buy, Rhapsody Threesome

First Grope: SanDisk, Best Buy, Rhapsody Threesome