I've given all three of these a BRIEF listen today and here are some initial impressions. Warning: I am not much of a writer. Neil Young - Harvest (OR, how NOT to do multi-channel audio.) Man, does this surround is weird. "Heart of Gold": Neil's voice is 100% at the center channel, about 90% at the rears, and at about 20% in the front left and right. Same goes for his harmonica. It just does not sound right. I can't think of a reason for having his vocals like this, other than "surround, just for the sake of surround" "Out on the Weekend": Drums EVERYWHERE. Drums from the mains, drums duplicated in the rears. Harmonica mixed way too low. This song sounds like your are listening to it from the inside of the bass drum. Fortunately, things get better with the Stereo mix. I didn't give it much of a listen, but from what I heard, it was 200% better than the surround mix. Disturbed - Believe (let's rock!) One peeve: No selection of STEREO or SURROUND mixes from the menus! You have to use your player to change back and forth. I used the "Audio" button on my remote. Now this is nice! Vocals at 100% in the center, about 20% in the mains. Drums mostly from the center channel and LFE. Rears used pretty much for ambience except for "Remember" that starts with a slow pan "right rear, left rear, front" Sound quality better than Metallica's Black Album DVD-A(not that there is anything wrong with the Metallica DVD-A). I did not give the stereo tracks a listen. Sounds good, but hard to recommend if you already have the CD(it didn't stop me). Alanis Morissette - Under Rug Swept Again, no Stereo or Surround selections from the menus. Awesome animated menus that appear from a graphical 'broom-sweep' effect. Easily the best sounding of the 3 discs I picked up. STRONG and sweet sounding vocals from the center. Some guitar work from the rears. I need to listen more to add anything else.