I have recently noticed several retailers listing DTS audio discs as DVD-Audio. I may be wrong, but I don't think a title should me listed as DVD-Audio unless it contains a high resolution DVD-Audio version of the sound, which DTS of course is not. To see what I'm talking about, go to www.play.com and search for Sting as a DVDA Artist. It will return the DTS version of Ten Summoner's Tales, listing it as a DVD-Audio title. Likewise, if you click the 'Music' tab and drill down to DVD-Audio > Coming Soon, you will see several other DTS titles listed as DVD-Audio. You will also find DTS-encoded titles listed as DVD-Audio over at www.buy.com. So, are these retailers right to list DTS titles as DVD-Audio, or is this doing DVD-Audio a disservice? Or perhaps these discs do in fact contain a high-res version in addition to the DTS-encoded tracks?