With all the bickering going on, just wanted to show everyone what a great month June is for Hi-Res. Just look at this list: Peter Gabriel - UP (SACD) Steely Dan - Everything Must Go (DVD-A) Norah Jones - Come Away With Me (SACD) John Coltrane - Ultimate Blue Train (SACD) Bob Beldon - Black Dahilia (SACD) Heart - Alive in Seattle (SACD - First US Sony Hybrid) Donald Fagan - Kamakiriad (DVD-A) Chicago - II (DVD-A) Roger Waters - The Wall (SACD) B.B. King - Reflections (SACD) and several more. In addition, we have more titles to look forward to over the next several months from artists such as: The Who, Roxy Music, Spandau Ballet, Marvin Gaye, Bob Dylan, Steely Dan, Sly and the Family Stone, Styx, U2 and more (SACD) : Chicago, Beach Boys, Flaming Lips, Cars, REM, Fleetwood Mac, Frank Sinatra and more (DVD-A). It will be difficult enough to afford what has been announced. Throw in surprise releases and all of our wallets will be hurting. Take a look at where these formats were even a year ago. I would never have believe I would have Peter Gabriel, The Police, REM in Hi-Res. The pointless "format war" threads do not really serve any purpose. There has never been competing formats that could still play on the same machine. So people, just enjoy these discs before they disappear into the world of $0.99 downloads. JMHO.