Those of us who returned from HTF/EMA had a copy of "Waiting" in our Blu-ray goody bag. This title was released on Blu-ray on 07/17/07 and I received a pleasant surprise when I got home. I already had the "regular" SD of this guilty (scatological) pleasure of a movie and loved it the first time around. But the back of the box stated something that intrigued me: What? An actual 7.1 audio source?!? Up until now the only true 7.1 sources I've heard came from my PS3 in game mode (as verified by the incoming display on my Denon 3806 AVR - definitely 7.1 input.) Could this "B" title actually be my first legitimate 7.1 DVD source? To my pleasant surprise it's just that. The PS3 display confirms that the disc offers a choice of DolbyEX 5.1 at 640Kbps and an uncompressed 7.1 channel PCM audio track that outputs at 6.1Mbps!! And it sounds great - even for a movie where one wouldn't think such a sound track is necessary. I have questions: Is this the start of more Blu-ray titles with 7.1 uncompressed PCM tracks? If you have HDMI capability (even 1.1) you are set to go. Will HD-DVD titles also offer 7.1 PCM uncompressed audio tracks? There's no technological reason why they can't. When will the information on the Internet catch up with this? Amazon gives you no clue and Lasersedge offers a small "PCM 7.1" tidbit if you look close enough. To me, this is a big deal. If you have the disc and the audio capability check it out. And can anyone provide me with a list of upcoming PCM 7.1 titles in either HD format?