http://www.highfidelityreview.com/ne...umber=18483611 The RIAA survey concludes that DVD-Audio sales in 2003 were over five times the level of competing high-resolution audio disc formats, with a 2.7% market share – up from 1.3% in 2002 – in comparison to SACD’s 0.5%. I've always believed that DVD-A was outselling SACD. It's all about giving consumers surround without making them buy new hardware. While we may be interested in better-than-CD stereo, 'regular' consumers are not. And surround is the only hook that might distract the mainstream from iPods and the like.