I recently purchased an inexpensive Panasonic DVD-F65 that plays DVD-Audio as well as DVD-Video and mp3/wma discs. Then I purchased my first DVD-A disc a short time later. Since the F65 only plays DVD-A in 2-channel format, that's the track I listened to. I was very disappointed when it skipped several times the first time I played it. Since I've never had DVD-A before, I'm curious if DVD-A is more likely to skip than DVD-V or regular CD's. Do I need to clean it before I try to play it? Or perhaps the F65 isn't a very good DVD-Audio player. It's also possible I got a bad disc. Is DVD-Audio more error-prone than other formats? Thanks in advance for any comments and insight. Steve K.