I need a new review player, so it has to be reliable, able to handle extensive use, and have the following characteristics (1-9 are musts): 1. good picture and sound, with DTS capabilities (doesn't need DD or DTS decoders built in), 2. Ability to resume at same spot after shut down and/or after going to the main menu 3. Time elapsed (total and each chapter) and total time for the title (I can add total time elapsed & time remaining, so that would count as satisfying this requirement). 4. Easy ability to go to particular chapters 5. Good audio switching on the fly 6. Indicator for the type of audio (DD 5.1, 2.0, PCM, etc.) being played, either as onscreen display or on the player itself (less preferable) 7. Bit rate meters for video 8. Component video outs 9. Optical audio out 10. Not absolutely necessary but welcome is a layer indicator 11. My CD changer is on its last legs, so good Redbook CD sound would be nice to have as well. Doesn't need to be a changer, SACD or DVD-A though. 12. Progressive scan would be a plus, though my TV does 3:2 pulldown so it's not absolutely necessary. Does anything fit these criteria? I really loved the Sony S360 but am somewhat leery of another Sony given their nonresponsiveness on the "No Disc C:13" error that killed mine.