While this is currently pretty much a non-issue due to their lack of output on BD, how could we best convince Fox to drop DTS-MA for Dolby TrueHD? With Warner on board, and Sony following suit, and TrueHD decoding available on at least two players, with more on the way, I think this production lull would be a good time for Fox to re-evaluate which lossless audio format to use. When they first announced they were using DTS-MA, I thought it was cool, but back then we all assumed there would be players (and mid-range, affordable ones at that) that could decode it. Since it looks like there will not be any such players available until fall, and the player that is pushing the Blu-Ray lead in sales (the PS3) currently has no plans to support it, maybe before firing back up the replicators again, Fox might dabble with some TrueHD (with dialog normalization turned off for Dave ). Granted they still need to change their pricing structure, but even with the existing rip-off pricing, lossless audio that can be decoded by popular, affordable players (like the PS3 and the new Panasonic player) would make them seem to be a wiser investment.