In a recent interview with ICE Magazine, engineer Kevin Shirley, who was involved with the restoration, remixing, and remastering of the audio for the Led Zeppelin DVD and live CD "How The West Was Won", mentions that the audio was sampled at high-def resolution and that "there's going to be a DVD-audio release of that (HTWWW) coming out a bit later." He adds, "It is excellent, fucking mind-blowing." So apparently for some, the CDs that arrive on May 27th will be nothing more than coasters within a few months. And Lord knows if the live stuff sounds that good, it won't be that much longer until the full Zeppelin catalog is rereleased in 5.1 DVDA. Here's my problem, and it's more of a hardware issue, so excuse me for bringing it up here, but I figure this is becoming a more common problem and others might have some knowledge. I specifically held off on a new DVD player because of this future problem - I knew that Zeppelin was going to go DVDA eventually, and that most of the other high-def releases I would be interested in are/will be in SACD (Stones, Police). So at this point, I need a universal player. But I still need something that acts as a good DVD/CD player as well, i.e. has 5-disc capacity, progressive scan, etc. I have yet to see something that really comes close to this. Anybody know if Pioneer, Yamaha, whoever, is slated to release something close to this in the coming months? I'd hate to have to toggle between two players, if it came down to that.