I recently picked up my first dvd audio disc, The Corrs in Blue because I am very famaliar with their music and especially this particular album and wanted to see what DVD-A had to offer (also the fact that amazon seems to have a very limited selection). Needless to say it is superior to the CD version which I dont think I am ever going back to! To me it sounds pretty darn good already on a budget $120 Panasonic S55 dvd player. I picked up the Panny to sort of get my feet wet and not make a rash decision before picking up a more expensive player. Looking for the best bang for the buck led me to looking at the Pioneer DV-563A Universal player that does both SACD and DVD-A for only $180 on crutchfield. Any thoughts on this specific player because it would be best of course and convenient and not to mention cheaper (best price for a universal player?) to be able to play both formats on one player. What do you think would be the next standard, DVD-A or SACD and any opinions on why one might be better than the other? Browsing around the forum, alot of people seem to recommend Sony's ES line of SACD players so I am looking at picking up 222ES or the Pioneer and selling the Panasonic I currently own. Last, kind of off topic but has anyone seen the Live at Royal Albert Hall and Live in London dvds from The Corrs, I am blown away by how much better they actually sound live than their studio recordings!