Ok, attempt number 2 at posting...
As already mentioned i've tried all the masks available to me, a basic Philips Respironics full face, the Amara View, the Resmed Quattro and the current one being the Fisher & Paykel Oracle. All have had problems however i do find that the Quattro offers the best nights sleep. I do have a Nose sore at the top however i have today ordered some Moleskin (for feet??) which i intend to somehow try to cushion the area. The last mask i found that after the first night and after washing it the piece that goes in the mouth starts to come away from the main unit and as a result, it leaks
For now thanks to all of your comments (i've read each one in detail) i'm going to wait and give more time to the CPAP. The last two nights (touch wood) have been good with a sleep that makes me struggle to get up in the morning as my body's so relaxed.
I'll certainly look into the nasal pillows if they are available in my country (UK). There isn't the option for me to keep my mouth shut - i've been a mouth breather my whole life and that isn't about to change, it's hard enough adjusting to a mask.
There is a suggestion that i need time to find my correct mask - these things are very expensive and i simply cannot afford to throw away such a large amount of money for something that may not be suitable and hence be unreturnable. I've tried a total face mask and felt both chlostraphobic and like i was in a fish bowl.
My machine is a System One with an attached humidifier. There's a small screen on it with an sd card in the back. I'll upload a sleepyhead graph of the last couple of nights.
I did see a similar review of a hybrid mask with nasal pillows however it wasn't a popular one as there were suggestions that it leaks.
I'll look into the Brevida setup that has been suggested. I'm not feeling very confused about all of the suggestions however if you add up the price of 'trying' all of these it's a lot of money.
Here are quite a few images of the data from my machine.. i hope they're of use, i can't make much real sense of it all.