Ok I listened to the disc and fooled with it a bit - and I have come up with some revelations that I would not expect. But first let me say that as Shawn C points out in my first thread - there are no menus on this disc, but if you have a DVD-Audio player you can navigate the disc by choosing GROUPS. Here is something I posted on another board, and I will post the same here: OK - I posted earlier my initial thoughts about this Elvis disc before I listened - I now listened to the disc and have some nice revelations to report: As was pointed out in another post - this is not what you would expect from merely reading the insert. It actually sounds very good. But here is the kicker - at least from what I found. 1) Group 1 on the disc are all 31 regular tracks in 5.1 surround sound - 96/24 PPCM DVD-Audio. Not bad. 2) GROUP 2 - contrary to what anyone might think - this disc has a separate and distinct 96/24 PPCM DVD-Audio advanced resolution stereo track. Although it was rumored/reported that this disc would not have a dedicated stereo track - THERE IT IS. (It is probably only accessible on a true DVD-Audio player.) And guess what - the MONO tracks - although coming from both R front and L front sound MONO. I guess BMG did right by those who own a DVD-Audio player. 3) Group 3 - are the 6 bonus tracks presented in 44.1/16 LPCM. So I guess the lesson I learned is don't speak before you listen - since the marketers who put together the liner notes didn't provide the whole story. Oh - one more thing - there are no menus at all on this disc - so you do not need your TV set. Merely push play to hear the surround tracks. Merely switch to GROUP 2 to hear the 96/24 stereo tracks. And select group 3 to hear the bonus tracks. Not bad at all.