Sorry guys... I've been out of the loop for quite a while. Well I've got a really nice pair of Polk LSi15s, an SVS 20-39+ (I think that's what it's called, it's the "plus" version of the tube tuned to 20 hz), a pretty nice widescreen Philips CRT TV, and a Rotel 2-channel amp for those LSis. Great setup, right? Well almost great. My current DVD player is my playstation 2. I just bought a house, and until my fiance starts working, my budget doesn't have anywhere near the flexibility it once did. So honestly I was just going to keep using my playstation 2 as my DVD player until funds allowed. Well now the darn thing won't play DVDs. It will still play games fine, but no DVDs. I suspect it's just a misaligned or dirty laser, and I've fixed PS2s for friends in the past. But realistically I think I'd rather just use this as an excuse to buy a nicer, but still inexpensive dedicated DVD player. I've seen plenty of DVD players recently that also play DVD-Audio and Super Audio CD in the 100-200 dollar range. And I suspect if I've seen them for this price at Best Buy, I could find them for even less $$ on the 'net. I don't mind paying up to 200 or maybe even 250 dollars for a player (internet pricing, not retail pricing) if it's truely going to give me a much better/more reliable player. But if I can get something perfectly nice and capable that may just be missing that extra 10% of quality that a player 3 times as expensive would give me, at this point I'd rather save my money. Oh, and my TV has component inputs as well as VGA inputs, but no DVI/HDMI inputs.