Kindly pardon me if my terminology ain't up to snuff (I'm not certain that "scaled" is the correct term in this case; I'm referring to a player's ability to display a letter-boxed, non-anamorphic disc on a wide-screen set without side bars, and without stretch-mode trickery. I believe the RP91 and Tosh's 4700 do this, correct?). My question, then, is whether a presentation, with the picture "scaled" in this fashion, and the soundtrack (non-5.1) processed through DPLII (the old version of Tombstone is a perfect example) can possibly approach the quality of an anamorphically-encoded, DD 5.1 disc? Seems to me this might help us avoid upgrading discs left and right, 'less of course all the swell new extras are really your bag. On a side note, has anyone given any of the X-Files episode discs a listen through DPLII? Comments or opinions, anyone? Cheers! DS.