Watch out Sony (SDDS), Digital Theater Systems (DTS) has just come out with a 10 channel theater processor. Sony has enjoyed and bosted the most channels in the surround format in theaters for years. Sony's SDDS is capable of 8 channels of surround sound playback. But now DTS has just introduced the XD10 Cinima Media Player. Engineered to deliver 10 channels of the highest quality digital surround sound, plus enhanced video for alternate media, the XD10 Cinema Media Player is a full-featured media solution with networking and pre-show capability. The unit contains an internal hard drive capable of storing up to 30 feature film soundtracks. I guess the question is what will be the first movie or program to show off the newest 10 channel format? I however conseed that with the reluctance to mix more 6.1 surround mixes. It is not likely that movies studio will want to mix very many 10 channel titles for the theater. Ultimatley it is up to the sound enginerers and the studios on weather or not we will see any movies in 10.1 in the near future? And although 10.1 sounds like a really cool idea for HT will many people want that many speakers in there room?