I posted this on another board, but feel like posting it here also to see how others feel: Ok - so I breakdown and purchase the Elvis Presley DVD-Audio disc - 30 #1 Hits (not really being a big Elvis fan to begin with) - but hey it was on sale for $15.98 at it is a slow week for new releases. Anyway, I haven't listened to this yet - but don't really expect too much (yes I know that the DVD-Audio disc doesn't have a dedicated stereo/mono track). BUT, one thing irks me and seems a little disconcerting, as I state from the insert in the package: " The first 18 songs ("A Little Less Conversation" through "Stuck On You") were mixed from the original multi-track tapes and the last 13 ("A Big Hunk O' Love" through "Heartbreak Hotel") were mixed from the original mono master tapes. Tracks have been mixed and mastered in 5.1 Surround Sound." What's wrong with that picture????? First off, BMG indicates they reversed the playing order of the DVD-A in comparison to the CD - "for optimum listening enjoyment". The newest songs come first since they are "true" 5.1 surround sound, but the oldest hits come last since they come from mono masters mixed to 5.1 surround sound. I hate to think what songs like "Love Me Tender", "All Shook Up", "Heartbreak Hotel", etc are going to sound like in 5.1 surround sound when mixed from MONO tapes?!? Do I dare think shades of "Silverline" Records here - where over 90+% of their DVD-A's are mixed to 5.1 Surround Sound from 2 track/mono masters. Needless to say they sound downright bad. Can this Elvis DVD-A be another point of contention for those who "hate" DVD-A to drive another nail into the coffin? I guess I will find out when I take a listen. If you want to find out what I found after a listen click on this link: http://www.hometheaterforum.com/htfo...hreadid=111967 Any other comments are welcome.