My search for a DVD-Audio player for my second stereo system continues. The Panasonic DVD-S55S ($130) and 'F85 ($150) are at the top of my list, as I don't want to spend much here. The 'S55S is preferred over the 'F85 since I don't need a changer (and the $20 savings is a bonus). However, I have not been able to find the 'S55S locally, and I don't want to buy it by mail blind. So, I could "live" with the 'F85. I've seen it at Circuit City, and it looks like a nice machine. Build quality far exceeds my expectations for a $150 component. My main beef with the 'F85 is that in the interest to make it svelte, Panasonic really skimped on the size of the display. This is nothing new with Panasonic. Just look at last year's models ('CP72, 'CP67, 'CV52, etc.). Before I run out and get an 'F85, is there anything I should wait for? Are there any other DVD-Audio players coming out in this price range? Let me say that I want to stay away from JVC. Although I know that some folks have had good luck with JVC DVD players, I've read a lot of bad things about them over the years in print and online. Plus, I've never been impressed with the build quality of JVC machines I've seen firsthand. Finally, I am not crazy at all about JVC's 7-disc changers. The proprietary changer mechanism seems too flimsy. What about Pioneer? I know that the DV-563A universal player will be coming out for $270. A '463A is coming out too, but I've seen no indication of it handling DVD-Audio. The '363K budget model is out now, and it doesn't handle DVD-Audio. Might Pioneer issue a replacement for the '656A? If it has to be the Panasonic 'F85, I'm sure it will work for me. I just want to make sure I'm not missing out on anything. Thanks in advance!