So I managed to find a 20GB PS3 yesterday after work. Whether or not it was a good purchase is still debatable, especially because of Blu Ray Audio problems. Problem: It appears the Dolby Digital will not function on Blu Ray movies. DVDs, PS3 games...no problems at all, but as soon as I pop a Blu Ray disc in, audio skips on and off (I can see DD status on my receiver flickering on and off). Any menus that are not recorded in 5.1 work do work. It's almost as if it's a problem with the disc, because the audio will skip at the same points, BUT I've now tried both Talledega Nights and Superman and has similar problems. The only way I've been able to get audio is by changing the BD-Rom optical setting to PCM...but then I don't get 5.1 Settings: I have component cables and a toslink cable for audio. In the audio setting, I have Dolby Digital checked (and I've tried checking and unchecking the DTS box). Under BD-Rom Settings, for the optical output settings, I have I can select Bitstream or PCM. I only get pro-logic sound if its set to PCM, so I assume that Bitstream is what I want. I've tested different cables and every other 5.1 component I have still works fine (360, DVD, DVR). Any thoughts. I called Sony and they said with the holidays, I probably wouldnt be able to get a replacement until after xmas (and I'm leaving town soon).