I have a GE 1105p DVD player, which is cheaper than all hell but it works fine for me for now. I'm currently using a JVC VBK-778 receiver with it, which doesn't have a DTS decoder built in. On Monday, I'm ordering an Onkyo TX-DS595, primarily so I'll have DTS and DPL-II. It occurred to me that I don't know if this player can even pass a DTS signal. I learned that there were two revisions of this player, one of which could pass DTS and one which couldn't, and there are no distinguishing marks to identify which is which. So I threw in my X-FILES DTS disc tonight and turned off my receiver, then selected the DTS track and let it play. When I hit the AUDIO button on my dvd's remote, the GE pops up the words "ENG DTS 5.1". My question is this: Is this label just being displayed because it's authored on the disc that way or is the player recognizing the bitstream and creating the label?