So I haven't ever seen Indiana Jones in a digital format before. Big deal, right? The CLD-D505 arrives yesterday, with a couple discs. I hook it up to my parent's old 27" and mediocre but RF-capable Sony receiver. Nice Dolby Digital on ID4, but the picture is almost VHS compared to my DVD. Oh well, had to wake up early anyway. I get home today and find the wonderfully packaged WS Last Crusade on my doorstep. I hook up the '505 to my HK AVR320 (analog only...oh well) and 32" Wega. Kablam! Good god, I haven't seen or heard Indy look this sweet since I saw it in the theaters. And this is an average player? On analog connections? Let me just say that there needs to be a smiley that's the equivalent of when anime characters have a river of joyful tears coming down their faces. Oh, and did I mention I had the system set up for 7.1? Logic7, I salute you and your sweet, sweet matrixing. Fellow laserdisc owners, I bathe in the rainbow light of the big disc. Just thought I'd gush. I'll probably die of bliss when I get the Holy Trilogy. For now, I return to the light of the TV screen. Yes, it's that good.