Now that I have learned how to play DVD-Audio discs without a TV, I am considering the purchase of an inexpensive DVD-Audio player for my second stereo system. I have a Technics DVD-A10 in my main system that I am very happy with, and J&R Music World had been blowing them out at $300 recently. So, for $300, I would consider buying another 'A10. Unfortunately, they are gone forever, as I just got off the phone with J&R. Another consideration is the Panasonic DVD-RA60, which is only $230 from J&R and Crutchfield (Crutchfield is out of stock, but J&R has it). It's available in black or silver, and I like the look of the silver unit in looking at pictures on Crutchfield's web site. I haven't seen this player in person to judge the build quality. Can anyone comment on the quality of this player? Does anyone own it? I noticed that bestbuy.com and circuitcity.com show the black version of the 'RA60 available for $230, but not the silver version. I don't know if it is available in the stores or online only. Another option I have seen for an inexpensive DVD-Audio player is the JVC XV-SA70BK/XV-SA75GD, which Crutchfield sells for $280 and OneCall has for $251.10. These players offer progressive-scan video output, while the Panasonic unit is an interlaced model. However, since the DVD-Audio player would go in a system with no TV and I don't have an HDTV in the house anyway, the point is moot. The JVC is more expensive than the Panasonic, and I just don't like JVC when it comes to DVD players. Also, I favor the Panasonic since I have been so happy with the Technics 'A10, and Panasonic DVD players seem to be well regarded overall. So, the JVC is out. Then there is the Toshiba SD-4700 and '5700. OneCall has the '4700 for $250, and I can get it at my local Best Buy for the same price. However, I was not impressed with the build quality of the '4700 when I saw it at Best Buy the other day. Granted, it is not an expensive player, so I probably don't have a right to expect much. However, I am concerned as to whether the player will hold up. OneCall has the Toshiba '5700 for $300, which is more than I would like to spend when I can get the Panasonic player for $230 (again, I'd spend $300 for the Technics 'A10 if I could get it). Also, I don't need the HDCD decoding capability offered by the '5700. Is the '5700 built any better than the '4700? With the Toshiba players, I would be paying for progressive-scan output, which again, I don't need. The Panasonic player looks to be a good value. In the end, of course, I want as good an audio component as I can get for under $300. Has anyone compared the Toshiba '4700 to the Panasonic 'RA60 in this regard? How do they compare in terms of build quality? I will say that another reason I am leaning to the Panasonic unit is the user interface. I am very comfortable with playing DVD-Audio discs on the Technics 'A10 with no TV, and I would expect the Panasonic player to be just as easy to operate. I read somewhere the other day that the Toshiba SD-9200 is not too user-friendly (just one opinion, I suppose), and I wonder if that carries over to the '4700 and '5700. How easy would they be to operate without a TV? Let me add that I don't care how these players sound playing CDs since I have dedicated CD players in the second system. DVD-Audio sound quality, build quality, and ease of playback of DVD-Audio discs without a TV are the main concerns. Any comments here would be appreciated. Thanks in advance.