I just noticed that Crutchfield has dropped the price on the Yamaha DV-C6480 progressive-scan DVD-Audio changer from $600 to $400. It looks like a great deal. Aside from the fact that it is a changer, does progressive-scan, and handles DVD-Audio, Crutchfield says the 'C6480 employs Faroudja DCDi deinterlacing. Perhaps the bummer is the fact that it only has a 10/54 video DAC, as opposed to the 12/108 video DACs we are seeing in an increasing number of players these days (I realize that some believe that 12/108 means nothing). Has anyone used the 'C6480? Is it a bargain at $400? I am not really in the market for a new DVD-Audio player, but I am curious. I assume the price drop is due to Yamaha discontinuing this model. I believe Yamaha either has released or will be releasing the DVD-C920 progressive-scan DVD-Audio changer, possibly to replace the 'C6480. As of this writing, yamaha.com shows the 'CX1, 'C920, and 'C6480 changers as currently available. The web site says that both the 'C920 and 'C6480 retail for $600, so I would guess that the 'C6480 is being phased out.