Okay, I have a number of questions, so bear with me... Well, my old Panasonic player died on me Saturday, and I've decided that I'd rather prefer it if my replacement was a 5-disc changer. The two models that have caught my attention most are the Panasonic DVD-F87 for $129 and the Toshiba SD-6915 for $179. They both can play some form of high-resolution audio (the Panasonic covers DVD-A plus HDCD, though the Toshiba can handle both DVD-A and SACD), but my setup can't really take advantage of that right now anyway, so it would be a future investment sort of thing. I also don't have a huge amount of money right now, so it's pretty much gotta be less than $200. I would go with the Toshiba as it has a bit more media covered, but I've been hearing some extremely iffy things about it. Should I go with the Panasonic then? Or is there another model worth looking into? Or...should I just buy a little Cyberhome unit for now and hold off on a true replacement until the holidays? (And is it just worth picking up one of those anyway for the multi-region ability?) OR...should I use this as an excuse to invest in a PS2? I don't have an HDTV and don't expect to get one anytime soon, but I do have a fairly nice 27" Phillips with component inputs (and a very modest Onkyo DD/DTS/PLII system). What do you think? I want to pick up something within the next couple of days, as I'm getting pretty antsy without a player! I'd really appreciate any advice on this. Thanks for your time!