I'm really getting fed up with certain aspects of my Harman Kardon 8380 CD changer. At first, I thought of moving either my Adcom or Onkyo changers in from their other rooms to my main listening area, but have decided that maybe a new changer would be best. My system includes Klipsch Reference speakers, a Hsu sub, the Rotel 1066 pre-pro, and a Parasound 1205A power amp. The new CD doesn't have to have SACD as the new DVD players I'm eying have this feature. The two that I'm most interested in now are the Sony 555ES and the Rega Planet 2000. I haven't yet heard the Rega, but did hear the Sony at Good Guys for quite a bit of time. It sounded very articulate and a bit on the bright side, but I can't be sure if it wasn't the Sony or the other components in the system causing the brightness. Anyway, after taming the Klipsch brightness with my Parasound and a Magenta ADE-24, I don't want to accentuate it now. I do like the convenience of a 5 disc changer, but pure sound is really what I'm after. I like my CD's to sound as analog as possible and listen to everything from rock to bluegrass to country to classical to jazz. Can anyone help me out with a choice here. Am I asking to much to want all the detail included in a player that also sounds warm and liquidy? Any other players you'd suggest in the price range? Good Guys sells the Sony for $799 and I can get the Rega for $950 with a set of $200 Cardis interconnects (supposedly well matched to the player) tossed in or a display model for about $750.