There was a really interesting post from Stephen at Audio Asylum where he mentioned some of the positive developments on the classical front for 2004. Good year for classical hirez. It is also mentioned that there are 555 classical SACDs currently. 1. Mercury Living Presence - first 5 titles out in February/March 2. Naxos just added an SACD section on their main site - first title out next week 3. PentaTone - a full schedule for the year, both new and RQR reissues 4. DG have announced 4 titles thus far, including the Argerich/Pletnev below 5. Mahler 2 and 4 from SFS/MTT 6. More from Telarc (24 in story on HFR) 7. More to come from ECM - reportedly six reissues then DSD recordings 8. More of the same (presumably) from Chandos, Decca/Philips, Harmonia Mundi et. al. 9. Dorian hopefully on-stream 10. More new labels (just recently Ars, Audite, Bayer, Brilliant, Col Legno, Farao etc.) I am especially anxious to get the Mercury Living Presence SACDs.