1st Question: I re-read my Receiver Manual for like the 8th time, and noticed something about my optical inputs. My Sony STR-DB940 has 3 optical inputs and 1 coax. The DVD one is Coax or Optical and the book says this one is compatible for 96kHz,48,44.1 and 32. All other optical inputs only go up to 48. I have always had the DVD player plugged into another one but swapped it immediatly. Are there any DVD's using 96kHz??? or is this move pointless... 2nd Question: I have a Mitsubishi 48" Platinum Plus Intergrated HDTV Rear Projector. I keep it properly calibrated using the Avia disk, and converge frequently. I noticed that Black Enhancement is turned on under video/audio options. Should I turn this off??? 3rd Question: On my DENON 910 DVD player, it has an audio option call LPCM SELECT (Default Off). It says Set to ON when outputting in 48kHz. If you select OFF, copyright protection will be activated and sound will be downsampled at 48kHz. Why is the Default OFF then??? Should I have this ON?? and what is this setting exactly?? If needed I will make this 3 posts, but I figured you all prefer it this way???