Maybe an odd question. I realized just the other day that my DVD player supports DVD-Audio. I enjoy my sound, and have what I consider to be a very nice power amp and decent pre-amp, and some pretty lovely speakers. I'm a big fan of LaserDiscs because of the PCM track, and don't much care for Dolby Digital. DVD-Audio sounds like something I'd be into. Here's the hitch: I'm running a two-channel stereo system. I don't intend to move to 5.1 any time in the near future. Now, looking at DVD-Audio discs, it appears that most, if not all of them have a two-channel high resolution audio track. This is what I'd be listening to. Just how much better is this two-channel track than a compact disc? Is it a large, noticeable upgrade? Where do you hear the difference -- what part of the sound is impacted most clearly? I'm a big David Bowie fan, and I love the live album "Stage", which was just released as a DVD-Audio disc. I was thinking of getting this as a test, to see what I thought of it. I figured this would be better than buying something that I was totally unfamiliar with, because I'd have something to compare it to. Can anyone offer me advice on this? Should I go ahead and do it? Would there be something better to start out with to really show off the format in two channels? Am I missing out on the major part of it by not listening to it in 5.1?