Opinions please. I am expanding into home theater. I am interested in decoding DD and DTS movie tracks and not really much else. Does it make more sense to buy a DVD player with built in decoding like the Pioneer DV-38 or Panasonic RP 91 and routing the analogue signals through a 6-channel analogue preamp like the Sony P9000 or take the digital signal from the DVD player and buy a receiver to use as a processor preamp for movies? I have now a Sony N700 DVD player and like the picture on my new Sony 61HS30 (I love this TV). I would have to buy rear amplification and if I bought a receiver I would use two channels for my rear speakers. I am trying to keep my budget to around $1000to $1200 plus proceeds if I sold the Sony player. I also have a Sony XA777ES multi channel SACD player but the multi channel music isn't as important to me as getting the movie sound the best I can. Thanks for your help. I'm new here, but very experienced audiophile.