http://www.tvinsite.com/twice/index....y=breakingNews Article states how DTS is wanting to be included on over the air boradcasts in the future. Interesting news, but there is one line that really interests me. "Satellite and cable providers have the bandwidth to add DTS at a data rate of 754kbps, and as they begin using their spectrum more efficiently, they can scale up DTS to a 1.5Mbps data rate, he said. Terrestrial DTV broadcasters, on the other hand, would likely initially offer 384kbps DTS given their bandwidth constraints, then scale up later, if the Advanced Television Systems Committee (ATSC) adopts DTS as an option, Caldwell said" So does this mean that DTS has figured out how to compress their stuff even more? It states there is no timetable for the algorithm, but this is kinda strange. Can DTS actually deliver good 5.1 sound at 384kbps? If they can, why are we not seeing a test on some DVD then?